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Veteran Creature Quest players may need to re-think their tactics, as new abilities, prizes and creatures arrive in update 1.2. Combined with a completely restructured Battle Tower mode, VC Mobile has been hard at work to offer players plenty more to see and do.
Starting off in a big way, fans will immediately notice the substantial changes made to the game’s Battle Tower, now completely revitalised for a revamped PVE strategic experience. For the first time, global and guild leaderboards have also been added, with even greater weekly prizes awaiting adventurers who battle their way to the top.
Update 1.2 is also bringing with it a suite of entirely new beasts to tame and critters to collect, meaning current players’ creature squads might need a worthy re-shuffle. New monsters include the mystical Jade Dragon and the new legendary class monster Fallen Angel. Both look set to make their presence known, giving you a better chance at dominating the wholly new Battle Tower.
Keeping the enhancements coming, the folks at VC Mobile have also taken fan feedback on-board, improving Creature Quest’s Dungeon Challenge mode with a new Bronze, Silver, and Gold tier system. The higher the tier, the better the reward, so it pays to climb to the top in the attempt to remain at Gold level.
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I know what you're thinking. "Another match-3 RPG? We've seen these before."
That's certainly true. Match-3 has proven to be a very popular mechanic for RPGs of all types, and even the trappings of Hibernum's Saber's Edge -- a crew of pirates that has a flying ship -- may seem familiar.
Still, spending a little time with this one suggests that it's selling the game short to simply lump it in with what's come before. Not only does Saber's Edge have an intriguing story that plays out gradually after each completed quest, but it offers a deeper RPG experience than you might first suspect.
It took some time, but mobile devices are finally starting to get their own Final Fantasy games. Mobius Final Fantasy is one of those, complete with lush graphics, mysterious characters, and plenty of the expected trappings.
Even better, it's free to play, breaking away from the series' console ports, which were pretty expensive for mobile titles. With turn-based gameplay, it's not hard to pick up, though there are some details that may not be obvious even after going through the very thorough tutorial.
Happily, those kinds of details are our stock and trade here at 148apps. Take a journey through our Mobius Final Fantasy guide for beginners and you'll be more than a Blank before you know it.