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Build a kingdom of your own with the new Creature Quest update

Posted by 148Apps Staff on September 14th, 2017
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The folks at VC Mobile have been diligent in unloading regular fresh content for their gacha RPG, Creature Quest, but now they’re taking things to an entirely new level with the game’s September update. Introducing a kingdom-building feature, a new dungeon system, and loads of new events, now’s a great time to jump back into the action or start anew.

The most exciting news is, of course, the Kingdoms feature. At long last, players are now free to build their own mini-kingdoms in Creature Quest. There are dozens of buildings to purchase and build. Once your little structures are up and running, you can assign a creature to each of your buildings, and they’ll help you run things. Building a Kingdom is a perfect opportunity to further strengthen your creatures and their abilities.

Dungeons have also gotten an important overhaul. Gold and silver tier players will now be able to fill out multiple dungeons. If you fill out multiple dungeons completely, you’ll get some valuable defense bonuses for your creatures. The game will choose one dungeon from a player with multiple dungeons at random for opponents to face. The rewards are great, and we expect you’ll enjoy the Dungeons’ new look.

VC Mobile has also implemented new ways to get creatures with more dots. You’ll now be able to perform Combo Dot Fusion, allowing you to breed creatures who have fewer dots with those that have more to create more powerful versions of your weaker creatures. It’s a great way to bolster your collection.

In addition to all of that, there are a lot of new events happening this month, including all new Summon events. Join in the new Seasonal Quest, Class Mateys, from September 18th to October 1st, and be sure to catch the “School of Hard Knocks” Summon Event for a chance to see the new Legendary Creature, Asura, from September 29th to October 1st.

We hope you’re prepared for a new season of fresh Creature Quest fun, whether you’re a new or returning player. There’s never been a better time to join in and you can find Creature Quest free to download on Google Play, the App Store, and Amazon App Store.

This article is sponsored as part of Steel Media preferred partners.

The best mobile games like World of Warships

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 14th, 2017

It doesn't seem like military strategy games will ever go out of style, and with mobile capabilities increasing by the minute, they're also becoming a hugely popular genre on iOS and Android, too. Today we're going to pay homage to the naval strategy games on mobile devices, namely ones that remind us a bit of WarGaming's hugely successful World of Warships.Let's take a look!

My NBA 2K18 beginner's tips and tricks

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 13th, 2017

My NBA 2K18
isthemobile game for NBA fans. Not only does it integrate withNBA 2K18on your console, it's also an addictive NBA card game in its own right.

Today we're going to go over a few tips to help you get ahead inMy NBA 2K18 by helping you build the best set of cards possible.

The best mobile rhythm games

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 13th, 2017

Mobile is a great platform for rhythm games. Touch screen controls are perfectly suited to tapping out carefully timed rhythms, and the brief come and go momentum of these types of game make them great to play when you're on the move. Here are five of the best rhythm games you can play on your phone right now.

Everything you need to know about the 2017 Apple Keynote

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 13th, 2017

A veritable holiday in the tech world, the Apple Keynote is always a highly anticipated event, with the promise of an exciting new generation of tech. If you missed the 2017 Keynote today, here's all of the mobile news you missed out on.

The best deals on the App Store this week - September 11

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 12th, 2017

We normally wait a little longer into the week to do our weekly discount roundup, but this week the deals were so good we just couldn't wait. There's lots of cool stuff on the list this week that we haven't featured before. Some great indies, narrative adventures, and fun arcade titles are all in the mix. Let's see what we've got.

How to catch a Raikou in Pokemon GO with ease

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 12th, 2017

Raikou's the first legendary dog to wander into North America for Pokémon GO players. A member of the legendary dog trio (Raikou, Suicune and Entei) of Pokémon Gold and Silver, these powerful canines are some of the toughest legendary Pokémon to catch, and it seems like they're maintaining that reputation in Pokémon GO.

You only have until September 30 to catch yourself a Raikou before it heads off to far away lands, and catching him won't be an easy task. However, there are a few tricks you can do to turn the odds in your favor.

The best mobile sports games

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 9th, 2017

Sports and video games go well together, and that's no exception on mobile devices. There are bunches of quality games that mix old games with the new-fangled games of the video variety. From x-sports to football, there's a sports game for everyone. Here are four of our absolute favorites.

The best new games we played this week - September 8

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 8th, 2017

Well folks, this week was admittedly a bit of a snoozer. Not a whole lot of new games came out this week.

While that makes our job a bit harder, we’re determined to bring you the best games we played this week in one convenient spot. Against all odds, we’re here to bring you four of the best new games we played.

The best mobile games for back to school

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 7th, 2017

School is back in full swing, and if you happen to be a student you're probably not super jazzed about getting back to the textbooks. At least there are a few video games out there that can help you get into the spirt of things. Here are three games that are perfect for the back to school season.

Castaway Cove guide - how to build a thriving village

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 7th, 2017

Castaway Cove
is a delightful idle clicker game from the folks at Kongregate that also features some nice city building elements in there as well. It’s a good choice if you’re looking for a clicker game with a little more meat on its bones.

You’re essentially building up a village of stranded castaways, working to build a new home for these hapless wanderers. We’ve gathered a few tips and tricks to help you build up an enviable tropical hamlet. Off we go.

The best mobile space shooters like Destiny 2

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 6th, 2017

Word's out on Destiny 2, and it turns out it's pretty good. To celebrate the release of Bungie's newest sci-fi shooter, we've developed a list of some similar high quality shooters on mobile.

The best deals on the App Store this week - September 6

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 6th, 2017

It's another week of deals and steals here at 148Apps. We're featuring a lot of apps in this week's roundup -- seven in total. We've got fast-paced space shooters, addictive arcade games, and some clever puzzle games just to name a few. Let's dig in, shall we?

The best games of the month - August 2017

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 6th, 2017

August was jam-packed with quality games. Some of them we were eagerly expecting, while others crept in and took us completely by surprise. Card games, RPGs, top-down racers, there was a lot of creative stuff happening, and it was a real delight.

Now, it's time to look back on August fondly, remembering our highest rated games of the month. We've got eight in all! Let's get to it.

Noblemen: 1896 beginner's guide to combat

Posted by Jessica Famularo on September 6th, 2017

Noblemen: 1896 is a brand new third-person shooter that's soaring in popularity right now. The game presents an alternate version of the year 1896 in which the world is locked in war and the general populace is suffering from famine and disease.

The game certainly looks slick, but combat can be a bit tricky at times, especially if you're still getting used to it. We have a few tips to help get you on your feet.