The folks who brought you Marvel: Future Fight and Star Wars: Force Arena are hitting appstore shelves once again with their latest strategy MMO release, Iron Throne.
In Iron Throne, classic role playing hooks like questing, real-time battles, and character upgrading merges with tactical warfare via large-scale strategic wars against other players. All in the aid of vanquishing evil and working your way up to the kingship, the more your army levels up, the more your citadel will evolve into an empire to be proud of.
Joining you in your pursuit of the crown are a host of travellers just wondering around Iron Throne’s ambitious open world. All of which can be acquired and levelled up, before being rolled out to act as captain or officer in any of your respective castles. It’s by strengthening and growing these heroes that you’ll be able to increase your reign over the kingdom in the hope of succeeding.
Those wishing to experience Iron Throne’s high quality 3D visuals in a multiplayer, rather than solo, fashion can dip into any of the game’s PVP modes. Leading the pack is the ever-popular Battle Royale mode which sees you duke it out with 20 other players. A classic-style Team Deathmatch is also on-hand, where communication is pivotal to winning.
Do you have what it takes to stake a claim to the Iron Throne against the millions already playing? Find out by downloading it for free today from the App Store or Google Play.
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If you’ve got what it takes to rise to the top amidst a thriving fantasy land, prove it and pre-register for Netmarble’s latest MMO strategy title Iron Throne. Launching on iOS and Android devices on May 16th, now’s the time to show interest early and gain some exclusive rewards.
Tasking your lowly adventurer to win the kingship of a distant land, Iron Throne seeks to better immerse you when doing so thanks to the game’s fully-realised 3D graphics and visuals. If you’ve ever struggled to engross yourself in a world of swords and sorcery this could be the experience you’ve been waiting for. Complete with classic RPG quests, crafting and more, do you have what it takes to become king?
Sword Art Online: Integral Factor is a new free-to-play multiplayer role-playing game that can be overwhelming. It combines a lot of systems from different kinds of games and lumps them in with the fourth-wall breaking world of Sword Art Online. Lukcy for you, we’ve banged our heads against Integral Factor’s systems and discovered a pretty good road map for getting you started. See below:
The first thing you need to know about Sword Art Online: Integral Factor is that it’s a gatcha-style game. Also known as a game with “loot boxes,” Integral Factor relies on players spending a premium currency to get a chance at unlocking powerful, rare items. Luckily, Integral Factor provides players with a generous amount of premium currency to spend right away, so if you don’t like what you unlock from the start, you can re-roll, meaning you delete the game, re-download it, and try again. It may be a little time consuming, but it can let you get the items you want without having to spend money.
Age of Wushu Dynasty is more than a mere mobile port of the PC MMO, Age of Wushu - it's a brand new game in itself.
That being said, it does carry on the legacy remarkably well. You'll still be dedicating yourself to a Kung Fu school, battling other martial arts masters for supremacy, and exploring a beautiful world based on the fictional Chinese world of Jianghu.
We reached out to Choc Qian, Senior Marketing Manager at Snail Games, to learn more about how Age of Wushu Dynasty differs from the PC MMO, the technical limitations of mobile as an MMO platform, and how Age of Wushu Dynasty will crossover with the PC MMO - if at all.
Zenonia is back with an epic sixth installment that takes the action RPG franchise online MMO-style.
You'll still create a character and spend most of your time focusing on battling monsters, leveling up, equipping gear, and choosing the best stat and skill combinations to help you destroy monsters faster while getting hurt less.
To help you in this endevour,148Appshas spent a bit of time with the game to bring you this guide to levelling up faster and more efficiently.
So, you’ve just downloaded Order & Chaos 2: Redemption and you don’t know what to do next. That’s fair - the game is huge after all. To help you out, we’ve conjured up some helpful tips and tricks to ease your transition into the massive world.
If you just didn't get enough goat in Goat Simulator - or if you've been wanting to play a simulated MMO as a microwave - then you're in luck! Goat Simulator MMO Simulator is out now, and it's a game about simulated goats in simulated MMOs. Plus you can play as a microwave.
Disrupting the Nebula is the huge new update for FISHLABS' Galaxy on Fire - Alliances. The update has a ton of new features such as the new tactical sector grid, which segments the game world and gives you info on hot spots on the star map.
Battles have been upgraded so that they now come in multiple waves. You'll have breaks between the differnt rounds to send reinforcements or order your fleets to retreat. And if you're looking for an edge in battle you can now rely on your spy drones to collect info - not just on planets, but also on enemy fleets.
The game also has a bunch of new social functions that will make it easier to invite friends, a global in-game chat, and push notifications to quickly call for allies.
And to celebrate this big update, FISHLABS has even opened a new server for the game. So if you want to try out all the new features, you can download Galaxy on Fire - Alliances for free now.
When the game launched back in 2011 it cost $8.99 and required a subscription to play, but since then the subscription model has been killed off and now the cost to get the game at all has been removed as well.
Alongside this announcement, the game has received yet another update that adds a new PvP Battlefield with 2v2 and 4v4 capture the flag and challenge modes. PvP leagues are also new to the game, allowing players to join leagues and battle to top both their league and compete against other leagues. New events have been added as well to celebrate the 3rd anniversary of the game launching: Haradon Day and the annual Magpie Festival
Order & Chaos Online is available to download now for free.
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French developers Galta Apps has announced that their MMO Minesweeper game, A Few Billion Square Tiles, is set to arrive on the App Store worldwide this week. The game takes place on an infinite game board, with the aim being to discover yellow tiles and build an empire of blue. Players can also compete in hourly global leaderboard battles, use power-ups to aid their tile discovery, and combine their empires together with other players to form bigger empires.
A Few Billion Square Tiles is available for free in Europe and Canada now, with the game set to explode onto the App Store worldwide on July 10. You can also see a map of the game world here.