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So far, 2018 has been a pretty great year for mobile gaming. And, depending on how you look at things, you could say it's been the best year for shooters since the App Store first popped into existence. A lot of the plaudits for that have to go to one place - Shadowgun Legends.
It might not be the most original game in the world, but it took an idea, made it work in the palm of your hand, and then ran with it. It's a gorgeous-looking, slick-playing blast that's still thriving even now. So we thought it was high time to have another look at Madfinger's glorious sci-fi experience, and explain why it worked so well.
We've taken a long hard look at some of the details around Shadowgun Legends, but now it's time to get into the nitty gritty. Specifically, we're going to look at how you can win matches of Ascension, the game's 4v4 PvP multiplayer mode.
Obviously this isn't an exact science, and if your teammates haven't read this piece there's still a good chance that you're going to get mullered. But, we've put a good few hours into the game mode, and we know our stuff. Remember, if you've got any ideas to add them in the comments at the bottom of the section.
In this part of our guide to Shadowgun Legends, we're going to have a look at the different multiplayer modes that the game offers. We've already gone over the various single player missions you can take on, so we figured it was time to shine some light on the PvP and PvE aspects of the game.
There's more to come too, with some handy tips and tricks to get you into the swing of things, as well as more detailed looks at the maps and modes. So make sure to keep coming back to 148 to check out our latest content.
You access all of the different multiplayer options from Nitro in the HUB. He also offers multiplayer missions. Talk to him and he'll show you the different modes that you've unlocked, and the ones that you're yet to gain access to.
There are 39 different skills in Shadowgun Legends. You unlock skill points when you level up, and can spend them in one of three different talent trees. That's a lot of info to take in though, so we thought we'd make it easy for you.
Here's a list of all of the skills, the trees you'll find them in, and what they do. Read this guide and you'll be able to build up the baddest Shadowgun the world has ever seen, while still matching your own unique play style.
Shadowgun Legends is, quite frankly, a brilliant game. If you've not read our review yet, you can check it out by clicking this link right here. Because we're a bit in love with it, we thought it'd be a good idea to share some of the tricks we've picked up while playing the game. That's where these guides come in. We're going to break down the game, show you what's what, as well as explaining what some of the mechanics do. First up though, we're going to look at the different types of weapons in the game.
Czech Republic-based Madfinger Games (Dead Trigger 2, Shadowgun) is back with another zombie survival first-person shooter that will have you gunning down the undead with a new, prettier Unity5-build engine that will run on your iOS (or Android) devices. That title is Unkilled, and it’s gorgeous, intense, and super accessible - everything you’d expect from the folks that brought you bleeding-edge shooters Dead Trigger 2 and Shadowgun.
The company aims to have the free-to-play Unkilled out this summer, and I got a chance to play it a bit this week at the Electronic Entertainment Exp (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Monzo fans will be excited to hear that the digital model kit maker is adding theThe Russian MIRSpace Stationto their roster.
You can also check out the new expert mode that lets you build a model without a tutorial and gives youimmediate access to all of a kit's parts. If you build in expert mode you must be pretty dedicated and Monzo knows it. That's why they're also giving expertsspecial colors and stickers.
You can check out the new model and all the other new features by downloadingMonzo today for free.
Taking the day off after a... rousing night of St. Patrick's celebrations? MADFINGER Games wants you to spend it playing the recently updated versions of Shadowgun, Samurai II: Vengeance and Monzo. All three of these games have been optimized for the latest iPhones and iPads, and you won't have to dig too deep into your pot of gold as Samurai II: Vengeance is on sale today for $1.99 and Shadowgun will be going on sale (hopefully later today) as well.
Download Shadowgun, Samurai II: Vengeance, and/or Monzo on the App Store this week to catch the green light savings.
MADFINGER Games has announced their newest zombie shooter Unkilled is coming in June 2015! New York City is facing a plague of zombies and it is up to you to kill the unkilled. The game promises hundreds of missions, quick access to tons of weapon, and a complex storyline.
“Unkilled continues in the tradition of the best from MADFINGER Games, who has employed visual quality, entertainment and diverse gameplay to capture the imaginations of over 80 million gamers,” clarifies game design and project leader, Tomáš Štěpánek, with regard to the development of the game. “Unkilled will offer each player the possibility to experience what it is like to get caught up in the chaos arising from the outbreak of the zombie apocalypse in the stylized backdrop of New York City.”
MADFINGER Games has released MONZO, a 3D modeling kit. Monzo uses Revell models to make 3D renderings that you can assemble, paint, and share. The app has over 30 available Models to assemble including Chopper Black Widow, Leonardo DaVinci's Paddle Boat, and a Smith & Wesson Model 53.
“With the Monzo digital model builder, everyone will find their favorite categories and own level of complexity,” explains David Semik, President of the Monzo Project. “The unlimited possibilities for the creation of your own designs, photo montage features and full support for sharing across social media makes Monzo the ideal prototype for a modern mobile application,“ adds Semik.
You can purchase your models via the MONZO Store within the application itself. You can download Monzo for free on the App Store.
It is the first anniversary of Dead Trigger 2 and Madfinger Games is celebrating with a Halloween/Birthday party update. The update includes tons of birthday gifts to find, a new storyline, and arena tournaments with real prizes. In addition, hideouts will be getting their own decorations like a zombie basketball hoop, carpet, sofa, pool table, a bathtub with the classic rubber duckie, mounted zombie head trophies, and more.
Dead Trigger fans will also be excited to hear that Madfinger has brought back the Slot Machine. Also, players will be able to pick up the exclusive Wild West package with classic fire arms such as the Coach Shotgun, Dual Peacemaker, and Winchester 94.
The Dead Trigger 2 Halloween Birthday Update is filled with tricks and treats and is available for free on the App Store.
Dead Trigger 2, by Madfinger Games, is having a new ITHACA Tournament Tour. The tournament will visit London, Paris, Berlin, Prague, and Moscow, and offers real prizes for the winners in the form of in-game currency. The tour will feature the new ITHACA shotgun and M1 Garand. Players will have 3 attempts and only their best score counts. Can you reach the top and win the first place prize of $500,000 of in-game cash?
The Dead Trigger 2 ITHACA Tour has already kicked-off today, and ends on Sunday, October 5, at 11:59pm PDT. You can pick up a copy of Dead Trigger 2 for free on the App Store now.