Posts Tagged Dungeon Hunter 4

Dungeon Hunter 4 Receives An Update with Three New Dungeons

Posted by on November 7th, 2014
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Gameloft has released the Descending Depths Update for Dungeon Hunter 4. Now you can explore the 3 new legendary new dungeons Howling Canyon, The Dig Site, and the Chapel of Whispers. Along the way, battle new bosses such as the evil Crow and the brutal Bone Golem, find new armor, and take on the new event, Burdens.

Find your way to the Dig Site via the treacherous Howling Canyon. Try to cross the abandoned bridge while being assaulted by multitudes of monsters. At the Dig Site itself, excavators have uncovered crystals that raise the dead! You must battle your way through the Chapel of Whispers to stop them before it is too late.

You can download Dungeon Hunter 4 for free on the App Store.

Dungeon Hunter 4’s Latest Update Adds Guilds

Posted by on June 30th, 2014
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There’s a new and chunky update for Editor’s Choice winning Dungeon Hunter 4. It brings with it a much-requested Guilds features, enabling players to band together, chat amongst their guild members, and compete for special items in guild challenges. These items are exclusive to guilds, including new weapons and armor that’s sure to be of great help.

Fun and profit is also available through the Wheel of Fate, allowing players to win new rings that will give them new and useful bonuses throughout the game.

Dungeon Hunter 4 is out now and available free from the App Store.

via: Our Review

Dungeon Hunter 4 Gets Hardcore Mode and an Increased Level Cap With New Update

Posted by on January 28th, 2014
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One of the App Store’s most popular dungeon crawlers is upping the ante yet again with a new update. Now Dungeon Hunter 4 players who have beaten the game can take their end-game character back to the beginning and fight their way through an even tougher Hardcore Mode (complete with its own leaderboards, naturally). For even further incentive to keep playing, the loot system for end-game players has been improved and the level cap has been pushed up from 100 to 120.

If you’ve been looking for an excuse to go back to Valenthia, or even if you haven’t made the trip yet, you can download Dungeon Hunter 4 or its update right now for free.

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via: Our Review

Gameloft is quickly getting down to business with the new controllers coming to iOS as they’ve added support for both Logitech and MOGA controllers. Dungeon Hunter 4 and Gangstar Vegas are two titles that work with both controllers, while Asphalt 8: Airborne currently works only with Logitech’s controller.

“At Gameloft, we continue our involvement in the Apple ecosystem by introducing Dungeon Hunter 4 and Gangstar Vegas for the iOS 7 extended controller API and Asphalt 8: Airborne for the standard controller,” said Baudouin Corman, Gameloft VP of Publishing for the Americas. “Our goal is to be at the forefront of mobile gaming innovation, and by supporting Apple in this next step, we are supporting the ever-evolving iOS gaming landscape.”

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Dungeon Hunter 4 Update Adds Bloody New Weekly Tournaments and Graphical Enhancements for iPad Air Users

Posted by on November 12th, 2013
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Dungeon Hunter 4 has gotten a new update that makes a bloody mess of things! That’s right, this latest update unleashes weekly tournaments for players to participate in called the Blood Matches. Players are able to compete on leaderboards, win special items, and more. Also, for those who are sporting a new iPad Air, the update takes advantage of the latest iPad with new graphical enhancements. Check it out, hunters!

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As interesting (and surprisingly tough) as it was to put together a list of RPGs that have nothing to do with fantasy stuff, that’s no reason to ignore more “typical” examples of the genre. So now we’re back to fantasy RPGs in all their kobold-bashing, dragon-taming, evil-conquering, zombie-slaughtering glory. I’ll admit that none of the games on this list is a real “traditional” role playing game, but they’re all still RPGs (of a sort) and all chock full of fantasy goodness.

dragonisland09Dragon Island Blue
If you’re ever in the mood to hunt down and capture dangerous monsters, delve through perilous dungeons, and create the ultimate team of badass creatures then Dragon Island is the place to be. Most if not all of the enemies (and by extension potential allies) are fairly typical fantasy archetypes, but they each manage to look so much cooler than the typical examples and feature a pretty diverse range of abilities. Constructing a well-balanced team with complementary skills is a must for higher level encounters.

$0.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-08-30 :: Category: Games

nimbleNimble Quest
An action RPG crossed with Snake. Who would’ve thought such a combination would work so well? Nimble Quest might feature plenty of typical fantasy baddies (i.e. bats, skeletons, evil wizards, etc), but its emphasis on a conga line procession of heroes with their own unique abilities really sets it apart. It’s also one of the few action RPGs where I’ve found the super-frail magic wielders to be easier to use than the melee fighters.

FREE!
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Released: 2013-03-28 :: Category: Games

fav4rpg_brogueBrogue
Roguelikes are something of an acquired taste, but those who can learn to accept their brutal difficulty and typically steep learning curves will be able to enjoy virtually limitless hours of dungeon exploration and desperate fights for survival. So why Brogue and not any of the other fantastic examples of the genre that are also on the App Store? Well first off it manages to make use of its ASCII visuals to create some truly impressive-looking environments. Secondly it’s high fantasy to the core; filled with kobolds, goblins, wands, spell scrolls, and more.

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iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2013-03-21 :: Category: Games

fav4rpg_slayinSlayin
Slayin might be the least traditional RPG on the list but it’s possibly the most fun by virtue of its addictive arcade style gameplay. All the expected baddies make an appearance here – slimes, bats, dragons, minotaurs, etc – and all are ready to fall before your sword in the name of the almighty High Score. Character levels are constantly climbing, and enemies are always getting more numerous and aggressive, equating to one crazy bite-sized action RPG.

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Released: 2013-04-04 :: Category: Games

Dungeon Hunter 4 Review

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Aside from a few questionable decisions regarding real time clocks and internet connections, Dungeon Hunter 4 is probably the best dungeon crawler on iOS to date.

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