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New release for iOS and Android: Becoming BytesTM lets you raise, battle and evolve your own monsters

Posted by 148Apps Staff on May 1st, 2020
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Chariots Gaming, a studio based in Singapore, has been working on a new, casual action game that allows you to train your very own monsters.

Imperfect Hero is a challenging platformer with excellent replay value, available now in early access on iOS and Android

Posted by 148Apps Staff on April 17th, 2020
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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.

Dragon Storm Fantasy, the hit MMORPG, becomes even more of a must-play with its latest update

Posted by 148Apps Staff on April 10th, 2020
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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.

Same Room Games is a great collection of multiplayer mini-games for iOS and Android

Posted by 148Apps Staff on April 1st, 2020

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.

Awarding-winning puzzler Make One is now available for Android

Posted by 148Apps Staff on March 31st, 2020
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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.

Why Calibria: Crystal Guardians is the perfect game to help you through lockdown

Posted by 148Apps Staff on March 30th, 2020
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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.

A behind the scenes look at action packed Sci-Fi pinball game, Robot Crusher Battle Ballz

Posted by Luke Frater on March 30th, 2020
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Robot Crusher Battle Ballz is a fast paced, action packed take on classic pinball with a rough and ready Sci-Fi style. It boasts a striking art design, explosive skill based battles, and an extremely satisfying ‘CRUSHING’ feature that lets you pound vanquished robot foes into mechanical pancakes. It makes for a gratifying arcade experience and a very impressive debut for the rather peculiarly named, Big Boy Pants Studios.

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Judging by the name, the small New Zealand based outfit doesn’t take itself too seriously but it definitely took a great deal of care and effort in crafting its very first game, as we shall show…

Reflex Unit 2 brings intense PvP battles in futuristic mechs to iOS and Android

Posted by 148Apps Staff on March 26th, 2020
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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

Brave Nine receives a major anniversary update that introduces the World Arena, new Companions and Underground Evil Castle dungeon

Posted by 148Apps Staff on March 5th, 2020

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.

Team up with your guildmates to take on two new Abyss events in MU Origins 2's latest update

Posted by 148Apps Staff on February 27th, 2020
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MU Origin 2's latest update is now live and brings with it two new Abyss-related events to challenge Guilds. There are also a few new features that will allow players to enhance their costumes, an increased level cap and more.

The first of those events is called Abyss War, which will be playable every Monday and Friday between 21:30 and 22:00 Server Time. It will see guilds vying for control over different territories. To claim them, they'll have to capture several flags, but they won't be able to simply occupy any territory.

Tyrant's Arena delivers intense hero battling multiplayer action to Android and iOS

Posted by 148Apps Staff on February 26th, 2020

Tyrant's Arena is an intense midcore multiplayer actioner where you'll compete in tricky 3v3 matches to crush your opponents and earn neat rewards. It comes to us from developer Kroy Games, and it's now available for pre-registration on iOS and Android.

The core gameplay is said to be fast-paced, with matches only lasting a few minutes each. You'll hunt down and slay your opponents as part of a crack team of heroes. Controls are intuitive and mobile-friendly while still allowing for layers of hidden depth. While the game is easy to get into, only the most skilled players will come out on top during combat.

As you progress, you'll unlock new heroes with their own distinct combat style to master. Classes include Tanks, Assassins, Mages, Support, Warriors, and Marksmen. Smart combinations of hero classes can dominate the battlefield, so it's best to plan ahead before you and your team enter the arena.

New skins can also be unlocked to make each hero unique to you. This gives Tyrant's Arena and its many characters some extra personality.

The ultimate challenge comes in the form of climbing the seasonal rankings. You'll compete with players from across the globe to cement yourself as a champion and earn rewards based on the different medals you achieve.

Tyrant's Arena is set to launch early next month in South/Central America and Mexico. In the meantime, you can pre-register your interest over on both the App Store and Google Play for some special rewards.

Fight monsters and collect heroes in Cryptract

Posted by 148Apps Staff on February 9th, 2020
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From Final Fantasy to Chaos Rings, Japanese roleplaying games have found a large and loyal fanbase on mobile devices. If you’re seeking a more under-the-radar JRPG to escape into, Lionsfilm’s Cryptract could be the one. The game has been around since 2015, but its reach has mainly stayed within its homeland of Japan, where it’s developed one of the largest playerbases in mobile gaming.

In Cryptract, you’re tasked with saving the Guilsanian Empire against the threat of the Mystical Beasts — monsters hell-bent on causing chaos. With the heroes you gather through gacha-style summoning, you’ve got to form a powerful questing party. Head out on missions to slay beasts and save the day, learning more about the in-game universe along the way.

Quick tips for Brawl Quest, brand new on Android and iOS

Posted by 148Apps Staff on January 29th, 2020

Looking for a fight? Brawl Quest captures all the fun of retro arcade beat-‘em-ups, but chucks in a more modern, cartoonish style and some wacky characters to boot. Just released by indie developer ThinkBIT, the game features a roster of playable fighters with which to clean the steets of bad guys and bosses in over 50 stages.

These helpful tips will ensure you get the most out of your brawls, whether you want to maximise your coin count or recruit some pets pronto.

Remember your fighter types: Brawl Quest features rock-paper-scissors fighter types, with each type having either a 15% damage advantage or disadvantage against another type. Before you enter a stage, check the suggested fighter type to send in based on the sort of thugs awaiting you

Log in daily: After completing area 2-1, you’ll unlock daily quests. These are a quick and easy way to gain additional gold coins and gems, which can be used to level up and unlock new content, including pets (more on them below). Even just logging into Brawl Quest regularly gets you some freebies; the premium shop has a free loot box given away to all players daily, providing you’re there to collect it

Get your paws on pets: Pets act as a sort of living talisman, imparting boosts to your fighters’ stats. Aim to get through area 2-6 as fast as you can to begin unlocking your own animal companions. We recommend saving up 200 gems to unlock a third pet slot

Dispatch your brawlers: Once you’ve completed area 2-10, you can start sending brawlers out on quests to bring back loot. Not all dispatches will be successful, but you can improve your brawlers’ chances by paying attention to their fighter type and level.

Top up your energy: If you’ve run out of energy, spend some coins at the vending machine for more, as well as other useful items for levelling up.

Put our advice into action and let those fists fly. Brawl Quest is out now for free on Android and iOS (coming out mid-February).

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Black Desert Mobile's Sorceress class is a magic user with devastating ranged attacks

Posted by 148Apps Staff on January 29th, 2020
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Black Desert Mobile, Pearl Abyss' megahit fantasy MMO, has had an incredible first month, with a ton of post-launch content already available for players to sink their teeth into. Now, the game's first new playable character class has arrived, offering her own powerful skills, attacks, and combat style.

With her primary weapon being an Amulet and secondary weapon being a Talisman, the Sorceress is a skilled magic user who is deadly in both ranged and up-close encounters. On the rare occasion when she's forced to play defensively, she can employ rapid dodges and teleportation powers to stay in the fight and navigate the battlefield safely.

Become a strategy master and get to grips with the three special tribes of The Battle of Polytopia

Posted by 148Apps Staff on December 27th, 2019
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It might have first launched as far back as 2016, but in the three years since its release The Battle of Polytopia has continued to give iOS and Android players all-new ways to dominate their foes in colourful turn-based combat. The primary way that is done it’s done by introducing three fresh special tribes to play as, each of which shake up your abilities to help you “rule the world” quicker.

Whether you’re a The Battle of Polytopia pro or a newcomer just diving in for the first time, here’s everything worth knowing about the game’s three special tribes.