Go to Bleach Beginners Guide — Tips and Tips for Defeating Vek

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Into the Breach, the acclaimed indie game jewel, is finally here on the new Android. Advanced Edition extensions.. Thanks to the new Mobile Fit UI combined with the impressive Responsive Touchscreen controls, the port includes even more sophisticated features. Also, the Android port is provided by Netflix Games, so you can download it from the Play Store. Games are free in the Play Store as long as you have an active Netflix subscription. Into the Breach will see you plunge into a classic Sci-Fi mecha that fights strategic action to fend off the latest alien invasion, Vek.

Of course, you can’t expect a brute force attack to save humanity. You need to plan your combat moves accordingly. After all, this is a turn-based strategy game. That’s why we created today’s guide. It teaches everyone how to steer the mecha around the chess board and shows the best strategy to tackle the fight against Vek.

getting started

When you select a new game, you will be asked to select a time traveler (more characters will be unlocked as you play and earn achievements), rename the pilot and select a combat team. After finishing your preperations,[ゲームを開始]Choose.

getting started


On the next screen, you can select the difficulty level. New players should select Normal and deselect all boxes under Advanced Content.

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Note: Unreasonable difficulty and advanced content options are newly added in the Advanced Edition update. Step carefully.

Map overview

When you start anew, the entire map will not be unlocked. To access others, you need to play on the first island.


The parameters are displayed at the top and contain the statistics recorded for each island (or timeline).

  • Corporate reputation: The number of reputation points currently held. Reputation points are used to purchase supplies after clearing the island.
  • Core: Points used to upgrade the mecha. Tap the mecha icon to access the upgrade function.
  • Power grid: Displays the power grid level, which is the overall victory condition. When it reaches zero, it loses, and when a powered building is damaged during battle, the level drops.
  • Grid defense: Shows how well the building can withstand damage. The higher the percentage, the higher the resistance. When the power grid is full, you have the option to upgrade your defenses.
  • Saved people: Number of people saved on the timeline (island). The higher the difficulty level, the more people need to save.

There are missions on the island for each section, and you can participate in separate battles for each mission. Completing missions will reward you and grant you resources. Allocable resources are displayed as icons at that location. Unfortunately, not all missions on the island can be completed. Therefore, be prepared to choose the rewards for the missions that will benefit the most.

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How the battle works

It’s a good idea to check out the combat simulations to get used to the mechanics of combat. This section details how combat works. As with turn-based strategy games, keep in mind that you can always analyze and manipulate offensive and defensive formations around the world. Be prepared to adapt your strategy according to the situation.

Motion and grid dynamics

Combat begins on an 8×8 grid (64 tiles total), allowing units to move around each tile each turn and take action against the environment or other units. You cannot move the unit after an action (attack, etc.), so plan your placement in advance.

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To move the unit in the grid, tap or drag the mecha towards the selected tile. Tap Move Back to reposition before acting.

Deploy the mecha

Mechas can be categorized into types with strengths and weaknesses. Mechas can be categorized by weapon type, range, and movement (how many spaces on the grid can be covered).

Examples of starting mechanisms and actionable actions:

  • Combat mecha: A short-range mecha that punches enemy units into tiles adjacent to the mecha. When you punch, the enemy will also be knocked back by one tile. This activates a push mechanism that can damage enemies that are pushed in. Alternatively, you can push the enemy away from the building you plan to attack. Remember that the mecha can switch the weapon used in the attack. This affects the effectiveness of the weapon and can cause push, damage, or both. Screenshot _2022-07-19-14-26-28-416
  • Tank mechanism: A mechanism that fires projectiles in a row and collides with the first unit / object hit. Positioning is paramount to getting the best line of sight for your target, as you can easily block / block attacks. Pay attention to the line-of-sight check (the orange path is highlighted) and select the object you want to attack. Tankmech_Into the Breach
  • Artillery mecha: A mechanism that shoots a projectile that can attack enemies by drawing an arc on the building. If you attack a target that has enemies and mechas next to it, they will be pushed to another tile. Bombardment can be used to harm enemies (as in the tutorial for drowning other enemy units) and to save time. Note that the artillery mecha only needs to be operated from range and cannot attack enemies adjacent to the mecha. Artillery Mecha Projectile_Into the Bleach

How the turn works

The enemy moves first and plans the action. When the enemy runs out of turns, you can move the unit to act (like an attack). After the end of the turn, select “End Turn” to proceed to the enemy’s turn and then return to the turn. Hover your cursor over an enemy unit to see what actions the enemy unit will take after the turn, so always use this information to create your game plan.

If you get stuck, tap “Reset Turn” to start over from the previous turn. This can only be done once per battle.

Enemy AI pattern

Enemies are in a position to cause problems, attack nearby units, and destroy the environment. Keeping the power grid online is a top priority for achieving victory, so protecting nearby buildings is very important.

New waves of enemies can spawn during the turn, so use the AI ​​to zero the health bar (you can see by hovering over the enemy unit just before the attack) or simply push it back to attack. Be prepared to interrupt.

Achieve the goal

Your purpose is displayed in the upper right corner. To end the battle, there are a lot of turns that need to be at the top of the game in turn management. Tap the turnbox to view your bonus goals. Bonus goals such as protecting units, destroying objects, and killing enemies before they meet the conditions will also pop up to encourage you to acquire additional resources (used for upgrades).

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It’s also best to consider this as an overall health bar, as the power grid is automatically lost when it reaches zero. Your mecha also has a separate health bar, and if enough damage lasts, the mecha will be knocked out for the rest of the battle. The mecha will automatically repair damage after combat.

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Advanced Edition Update

The Advanced Edition acts as a base game extension with new mechas, new missions, new weapons, new enemies and bosses, new mission objectives, new pilots and abilities, and a new “unfair” difficulty mode.

This update is free for mobile players. To access this content, you need to start a new game, making sure the Advanced Content Box is checked.

Into the Breach is an outstanding tactical title

The game has received deserved admiration in its first release and will undoubtedly be an important title in the Netflix library. Netflix subscribers don’t want to miss adding an epic sci-fi tactical turn-based strategy game to their collection. If Netflix can catch up with the acquisition of great games like Into the Breach, the Netflix game library will leave an impressive mark on Android games. If you like what you’ve seen so far, get Into the Breach from the widget below or visit Netflix Games to start the installation.

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