Webzen’s MU Origin hit app stores last year, giving fans of fantasy hack-n-slash MMOs like Diablo a new fix to fixate on. This latest update introduces a competitive guild battle, a fresh dungeon challenge, a mini-game and some elemental gems to boot (not literally to boot!).
The new guild war is a capture-and-defend tournament called Cry Wolf Battle. It tasks guilds level 5 and above with taking over and defending forts from each other. You take on rival online players in real-time, winning rewards for successfully occupying forts of varying difficulty levels. The guild to capture the level 10 fort, which takes place only on Sundays, will receive honorary titles to prove you’re the toughest in all of MU.
If you don’t fancy facing other players, there’s a new dungeon challenge to tackle. Server Dungeon Cry Wolf pits you against 15 waves of enemies, all of whom you’ve got to keep away from the Cry Wolf statue. If they destroy the statue, it’s game over, but keep it intact until the end and you’ll be rewarded EXP, Zen and Wolf Dust! Delicious Wolf Dust…
If you’re wondering what to spend that Wolf Dust on, it can be used to buy Soul Gems. Another addition with this update, Soul Gems are an expansion of the Soul Stones and give your warriors different elemental powers.
It’s a shame there isn’t a Soul Gem for luck, because Dice Hunter is MU Origin’s new mini-game in which your success depends on the roll of the dice. It’s essentially a board game, with tiles offering jewels, treasure chests, boss raids and more, if only you can land on them. You’ll receive five free dice to roll daily, but you can buy more if you want.
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Earlier this month, word got out that the Builder, the trusty handiman who tirelessly built every single building inevery singleClash of Clansbase had called it quits. Sick of seeing his work destroyed endless, the Builder has set out for our world, visiting famous sites and building statues as he takes a break for moving on to his next gig.
The Builder is building again! If you're in London this weekend, come to South Bank to say hello! pic.twitter.com/03wBHmXwse
— Clash of Clans (@ClashofClans) August 19, 2017
Following stops in Brooklyn and New York City, the Builder hopped across the pond this week to visit sunny England.
In the meantime, though, Supercell has posted an . . . interesting official job posting for what looks to be the new Builder.
Meshi Quest is Square Enix's newest free-to-play release, and it's a real charmer. You start off as the head of a sushi restaurant, upgrading your food and equipment as you serve visitors heaping helpings of your delicious meals. As you progress, you'll be able to start up new restaurants, from smoky yakitori bars to a wheeled ramen cart.
The food is beautifully hand drawn, and while the gameplay is pretty standard for the genre, it's still incredibly addictive.
You'll need to earn gold and the game's premium currency, diamonds, to upgrade your restaraunt and reach star status, but fortunately you can do so without spending any of your hard-earned real life money on IAPs. Here's how.
Clash Royale is all about building a deck of units that synergise well. To help you get off to a flying start, we've put together a list of unit combinations that are incredibly effective.
Looking for some choice 2v2 combos? Check out our guide.
2v2 is making it's grand return toClash Royalequite soon. 2v2 has quickly become one of the game's most popular gameplay modes, though they still have yet to make it a permanent fixture in the game. 2v2 is exciting and adds some new flavor to Supercell's hit game, but it also requires a new set of strategies if you want to succeed.
Excellent card combos are at the heart of any succesful team. Here are some of the strongest combos for 2v2.
Another busy week has come to a close. We played a lot of excellent games this week and now it's time to look back and reflect on some our favorites. Here are our picks for the week of August 18.
War Wings is the newest project from well-established game maker Miniclip. It's a World War II aerial dogfighting game with loads of different airplane models to unlock and battle.
The game offers plenty of single player and multiplayer action. We have a few tips to help you take to the skies.
2v2 is coming back to Clash Royale in a big way. Although it's only been available for temporary periods of time, 2v2 has seen a hugely positive fan response, with players clamoring for more team-based gameplay.
Soon we'll get yet another taste of 2v2 fun, so it's time to prepare. We have a few tips that will help you succeed in 2v2 battles, whether your playing with a familiar clan mate or a complete stranger.
Joycity’s hit Game of Dice gets a big new update this week, introducing new maps, mechanics, and even costumes.
The update sets players loose on an exciting new map, The Cursed Tower, that allows folks to use special Runes mid-match. If you feel like taking a trip down memory lane, though, the new “Map of the Day” feature will grant you access to a past seasonal map each day. It’s a great chance to catch up on content you might have missed.
If you somehow missed the news, many parts of the United States will be witness to a total solar eclipse on August 21 for the first time in over 90 years. It'll be possible to see the eclipse in at least some capacity throughout the continental U.S., although folks in parts of the pacific northwest, mid-west, and southern U.S. will be the only ones to see the total eclipse.
Whether you're travelling to view the eclipse in totality, or if you're keen to observe at home, there are a few apps on the market to help you understand just what you're looking at. Just remember, never look at the sun, even if it's partially eclipsed, directly or through your phone's camera. Get yourself some of those hip eclipse glasses.
Games like ARK: Survival Evolved and Conan Exiles have taken the world of gaming by storm. The market is now flooded with hardcore survival games that send players off into the game's world with nothing but maybe the clothes on their back.
Never one to miss out on a good trend, the mobile industry has embraced survival games whole-heartedly. There are quite a few good ones on iOS in fact. We're here today to do you the service of highlighting the best of the best.
Supercell has been teasing fans with 2v2 windows that allow players to team up for limited periods of time. The Summer of 2v2 was just this past July, but players are already clamoring for more of that sweet, sweet team-based action.
The fans have been heard, and Supercell is planning on bringing 2v2 back next week, though we can't say for how long. If you haven't gotten to try 2v2 yet, here are five reasons you don't want to miss out on that 2v2 button that will be appearing next week.
It seems like the week's only just started, and yet here we are with a huge pile of discounted games to sort through. There are some real doozies on sale this week. We're talking some truly stellar titles. Let's take a look at four of the best deals on the App Store this week.
Cat Quest is an absolutely charming open-world RPG that's taken the gaming world quite by storm. This game about a world populated by furry kitty warriors is actually a full-length RPG with sturdy mechanics and a lovely little story.
It's certainly a game of the year contender in our books. You should jump on Cat Quest as soon as you're able. To help you get started we have a few handy beginner's tips. Off we go.
Silly Walks is an all new adventure game that lives up to its name. It sees you playing as a variety of snack foods as you teeter-totter your way to rescue your friends from the evil blender and his villainous minions.
It's all very . . . well . . . silly, but there are a few tips and tricks to keep in mind as you set out on your adventure. If you want to complete the game in style, you'll want to take our advice.