The Magic Gladiator class is now available in MU Origin 2 following the most recent patch. It also marks the start of Abyss Season 11 and the introduction of Couple Skills and Couple Dungeons.
But a new class is always the most exciting addition, so we'll start there. The Magic Gladiator is a special class that allows players to dual wield a staff and sword. They will have access to 16 different skills across both weapons. Players will be able to decide if their Gladiator focuses on Strength or Energy.
Draw a Stickman: EPIC 3 is a new and delightful adventure-puzzler from developer Hitcents. It delivers all the fun of its popular predecessors while adding to and improving upon the experience in a number of key areas.
It only recently launched on iOS and Android, and for those of you yet to give it a go, we figured we'd share why exactly this one's worth your time. And so here are the top 4 reasons to play Draw a Stickman: EPIC 3.
Draw a Stickman: Epic 3 is the latest instalment in the popular puzzle-adventure series, and it’s just arrived on iOS and Android devices to help families through these long days and nights of social distancing.
Developed by Hitcents, Epic 3 aims to encourage kids to get creative by appealing to their inner artist, but it’s an all-ages experience that parents can enjoy with them.
MU Origin’s 13.0 content update has just dropped on iOS and Android, and it’s packed to the rafters with new features, including PvP events, guild contests and new power-ups.
Among the headline inclusions is The Genesis War, a solo Reverse PvP event that takes place in real-time. This game mode sees 220 players go head-to-head anonymously across five floors with the aim of racking up the highest kill count.
Hitcent's popular puzzler meets colouring book series Draw a Stickman will be returning to iOS, Android and PC on 7th May. The latest entry is called Draw a Stickman: Epic 3 and could provide a great distraction and learning tool for children at this time.
Not only does it provide an opportunity to be creative, before you even begin playing the game you'll have to draw your own hero, but it also features several logical puzzles that parents and children can have fun solving together.
Imperfect Hero is a tricky action-platformer that's currently available in early access for both iOS and Android. Despite the game still very much being in active development, it's been very well-received, possessing a 4.3/5 rating across the App Store and Google Play where it appeared in the Top 3 Trending games list in March.
So what are people enjoying about Imperfect Hero? Well, there are 3 different modes that give the game a good amount of replay value. There's the campaign mode which sees you jumping, attacking and dodging your way through 100 different levels set in 5 unique looking regions.
Set in the war-torn land of Arcus, Dragon Storm Fantasy is an epic MMORPG that delivers massive PvP battles, intense combat, and tons of powerful dragons to collect. The game's latest update introduces a number of great features that turn it into even more of a must-play.
First off, players from across the various servers can finally compete against one another in the Dragon City of Storms. It's a great way to amass heaps of rewards and ultimately earn the awesome title of Dragon King of Storms.
There's no escaping the fact that everyone loves Dark Souls. If you've not heard of it, it's a super tough action RPG that punished your every mistake with swift retribution. It's the sort of game where you die a lot, and it can be pretty intimidating trying to get on board with the systems it throws at you.
But you can't play it on your iPhone. Well, there's Slashy Souls, but to be honest the less said about that the better. If you're looking to get some Souls-style action on the go though, there are plenty of options waiting for you on the App Store.
Rather than leaving you to find all of them for yourself though, we thought we'd do a list and round-up what we think are the five best games like Dark Souls for iOS. If you think we're wrong, or you've got your own suggestions to chuck into the mix, let us know in the comments at the bottom of the article.
Staying at home under lockdown kinda sucks. Totally necessary, yes, but also more than a little anxiety-inducing and often boring. Thankfully, we've got lots of great multiplayer games to play with friends and keep us sane, the latest of which, the excellent Same Room Games, delivers multiplayer mini-game fun for all ages.
It's specifically designed to create enjoyable social experiences that should help lift spirits and get everyone chatting. It's up to you whether you want to compete alone to earn the highest score or work together as a team.
Update - 03/04/2020: Make One is now also available on iOS
Make One is a game with a simple concept that it executes with flair and impressive levels of polish. It comes to us from developer Brazle and publisher PiG, and it's just landed this week for Android.
At its core, Make One is a logic-based puzzler where you're challenged to combine blocks of the same type together, gradually clearing the board until only one block remains.
We could all use escapism right now, something to focus on and a project to feel part of during these times of social isolation. If you’re one of the many who’s turned to gaming to fill the lockdown void, Calibria: Crystal Guardians should be on your radar.
Mars Games’ hero collecting RPG is ideally placed to help you beat the housebound blues. Not only can you play it with your friends online, you will become part of an online community that’s grown rapidly since the game’s launch two months back.
Reflex Unit 2 will see players engaging in mech-based warfare, fending off waves and waves of autonomous robots that are threatening to destroy the planet. It's available now for iOS and Android.
Played from an isometric perspective, players will be able to take these powerful mechs out for a test drive in a variety of game modes, depending on their penchant for either solo or multiplayer fun. The single player campaign takes place over 9 missions with additional difficulties to unlock upon completion. There's also a co-op Campaign if you want to tackle these missions with another person
Looking forward to Animal Crossing: New Horizons? We know the feeling. We can't wait to start delivering fish and butterflies to our cute fuzzy friends, despite the fact that at times it can feel more like a vocation than a game.
But what if you're looking for a mobile game to try and ensure you get your cuteness fix in the meantime? Well, there's Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, but we reckon we can do better than that. Which is why we've created this list of the five best games like Animal Crossing for iOS.
Brave Nine has gone through some big changes recently, having just changed its name from Brown Dust. Now there's a whole host more with the latest update that adds the anticipated World Arena alongside new dungeons, Companions and more.
There will also be several rewards on offer for new and existing players with everyone being able to purchase a special gift box for a mere 2 gold. This can be found in the Hot Deals store. There are additional goodies available for players on the 'Americas' server with an Anniversary Package being obtainable by entering the code 'braveninearticle'. It will contain a mixture of Premium and Normal Scrolls alongside Gold and Emerald Slimes. But be sure to use it before the code expires on March 14th.