Gameplay in The Elder Scrolls: Blades is fully customizable. Freely move about in each scenario simply by tapping on any spot on the ground. Otherwise, you can also opt to use your classic joystick on-screen. To attack, you simply have to trace a series of gestures on screen. Depending on the weapon you have on hand at that moment, you'll end up launching distinct attack modalities.
One of the main points in The Elder Scrolls: Blades is the enormous number of modes and game varieties to be found. On one hand, you'll need to crawl through dungeons generated randomly as you go -- be sure to finish off any opponents that cross your way, and pick up as much treasure as you can. On the other hand, you'll need to continue rebuilding your city from the ground up in order to restore its lost glory.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades is a colossal first person RPG. It has spectacular graphics and a virtual plethora of content varieties available. Plus, it won't limit you to playing against other opponents via their smartphones, but rather opens up a cross-platform mode where you can play against anyone regardless of their device -- and obviously that includes PC players, as well.