Knight Fever lands on the Google Play, and you won’t want to miss it if you’re a devoted RPG fan. Developed by indie creatives Buff Studios, the game looks like a retro RPG with some exciting new twists.
While it may look familiar in all of its pixelated glory, Knight Fever foregoes turn-based battles for an interesting lane-based system. Upon entering combat, you’ll be presented with four lanes, each occupied by one of your heroes. You’ll need to ensure that the battle goes well in each lane if you want to get out of the fight alive. It’s certainly a more action-packed take on the usual RPG mechanics.
Knight Fever’s full launch also introduces the Gold Dungeon. Adventurers who complete this special area earn generous amounts of gold to be spent at the General Shops and the Peddler. It’s a great way to earn experience and save for that superior equipment you’ve been coveting.
You’ll also have access to the Hero’s Altar, which gives you more daily freebies, including summons, crafting materials, Heroes, and more.
Publisher WEBZEN is getting in on the launch day fun, too, by releasing a Knight Fever animated short that you can watch right now. [link]
You can now play Knight Fever for free on Google Play.
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Oof. Pokémon GO Fest Chicago was pretty much a fiasco, huh? Niantic is feeling the heat from fans for their first big event that ultimately ended in failure. So much so that they've released a much longer apology that gives a full run down of everything that went wrong and how Niantic plans to do better.
Oh, and we also learned when the rest of the legendary Pokémon will be making an appearance. Onward!
While it's true that dogs are man's best friend, they're also a pretty big responsibility. We want to give our dogs the best lives, but with busy schedules that's not always easy. Luckily, though, there are a bunch of quality apps out there that help you manage everything from walks, to vacations, to your pup's health.
All you need is a smart phone and all of your dog-related worries can be put at ease. Here are five essential apps if you have a dog in your family.
Miracle Merchant, the charming fantasy card game by Tiny Touch Tales, is arriving next week. The development team, which also brought you Card Crawl and Card Thief, announced the game's launch with a pleasant little trailer that showcases the game's quirky hand-drawn artwork. Eye-candy aside, we get a quick look at the sheer variety of potions you'll be able to make by mixing and matching cards.
Miracle Merchant is a Solitaire-esque game at its core, requiring you to match the proper ingredients to mix up potions for your devoted patrons. If Tiny Touch Tales' past games are anything to go by, they've mastered the card genre and made it their trademark. We're excited to see how the team pairs Miracle Merchant's beautiful, fantastical world with their skill in card game design.
You can find Miracle Merchant on both iOS and Android starting August 3.
Last Day on Earth: Zombie Survival guide - how to survive the first few days of the zombie apocalypse
Last Day on Earth: Zombie Survival is the latest big hit in the survival game craze. The gist of the game is pretty cut and dry -- try your best to survive in a world overrun by flesh-eating zombies. But Last Day on Earth justifies the hype surrounding it with some pretty solid survival gameplay.
Starting from scratch is never easy, though. How do you tend to your own needs while making sure that you don't get eaten? We have a few words of wisdom for folks who are just getting started.
Glyph Quest returns with a new free-to-play game, Glyph Quest Chronicles. Chronicles offers up more of the light-hearted, good humored fantasy fun that previous games featured, but with a few more refined tricks up its sleeve.
It's a clever mix of match-three and RPG mechanics that has a surprising amount of depth. Players who consider battles with a strategic eye will be the most successful. Even if you're new to the game, though, there are a few tips you can keep in mind to become a true Glyph Quest wizard.
Pokémon Go Fest may have been a bit of a disaster, with Niantic offering fans full refunds and $100 worth of in-game curency to apologize for the failed event, but that hasn't ruined trainers' chances of catching new legendary Pokémon. Lugia nad Articuno are now out in the wild, regardless of the weekend's shenanigans.
There are quite a few truly superb games on sale on the App Store this week. If you haven't played some of these, many of which are true classics, now's the time to jump on the bandwagon. Here are the deals you need to know about.
Morphite is officially landing on iOS in September. The game looks like the space shooter we've been needing on mobile, and we're going to see if it fits the bill quite shortly. The game's a collaborative effort between Blowfish Studios, We're Five Games, and Crescent Moon.
It's shaping up to be an epic, story-driven shooter with a unique, geometric design. We're quite excited. If you're not sure why, watch the trailer (above) that released today.
As you might recall, Layton's Mystery Journey is headed to iOS and Android -- tomorrow! To celebrate the impending launch, Level-5's released a new trailer, complete with an adorable hamster.
Noodlecake Games is always good for some light-hearted arcade fun, and its latest project, Leap On! could carry on that tradition. It's a bit like high stakes tetherball in a way. Your job is to guide a cute little blob around a series of floating obstacles while tethered to a central point.
Yes, RuneScape still exists. In fact, it's coming to iOS and Android in just a few short months. Jagex, creators of the hit fantasy MMORPG of yesteryear, is releasing RuneScape Mobile and Old School RuneScape for mobile devices, complete with crossplay with the PC version.
Crash of Cars is going full on medieval in its latest update, introducing castles and all manner of new cars and skins fresh from the Dark Ages. The update introduces a new castle-themed map (complete with catapults) and a gladiator-style battle arena. Seven new cars, along with two hidden vehicles, join the fray, too. It's certainly a fun addition to the game's already crazy gameplay.
For a little game as cartoony and colorful as Golf Clash, competition can be quite fierce. You need to be on top of your game and have the best equipment possible if you want to get very far.
True success is measured by both player skill and the number of coins you can amass to upgrade your clubs. Arm yourself with a bit of knowledge, though, and you'll be well prepared for the challengesGolf Clash has in store for you. Here are a few tips to help you get started.
Mobile developer Disruptor Beam is taking a crack at The Walking Dead franchise in March to War, and we finally got our first look at the game. The Walking Dead: March to War takes a different path than the familiar series by Telltale. It's a base-buidling and survival game rolled into one, and it looks quite sharp.