Posted by Jessica Fisher on August 7th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Evolution: Battle for Utopia by My.Com has received big update titled “The Black Legion.”
The Black Legion update brings players six more regions to explore, 10 new types of weapons, and three new types of defense to help them battle the army of General Kurbatov. It also raises the level cap to 58!
Player’s defensive capabilities are also getting an overhaul: now you can fortify your base with turrets and allies. Lastly, if you feel like a challenge, you can try out Black Legion’s two new mini-games.
Evolution: Battle for Utopia is available for free on the App Store.
My.com has unveiled Evolution: a hybrid base builder, base defense game, and RPG.
Players have access to both story missions and a player-versus-player mode, and will have to protect their base from hostile forces using a mixture of automated defenses and direct interaction (i.e. tapping on badguys). Combat, on the other hand, has a much larger emphasis on player interaction. Your character will fire automatically but you’ll have to swipe vertically in order to defend and pop out of cover, tap incoming grenades to deactivate them, swap between weapons manually, and activate consumable items like grenades and health packs.
Evolution is set to release in early April, and will be free to play.
Casting an evolutionary spin on the world of social networking comes igobubble. It’s a social networking app all about bubbles. Well, not exactly bubbles, more like the person using the app, but it does so by providing everything in a series of bubbles.
Users can put thoughts, messages, photos, videos and everything else they can imagine and put it into a bubble. Much more interactive elements than in other social networking apps are then offered. Anybody can change such bubbles, move them, clone them or spread them around the app’s world of sorts. The bubbles even have lives of their own with the ability to grow, shrink, divide or even pop if they’re not popular enough. Plus users can keep track of how they travel, according to how popular they become.
It’s an intriguing idea and feels much more interactive and fluid than the potentially staid interface of the likes of Facebook and Twitter. This is a social network that concentrates more on growth and viral spreading with a Darwinian style twist. Whether it takes off is anybody’s guess but it’s certainly worth a look, if nothing else but to see the ingenuity behind it.