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Pokémon UNITE review

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By Campbell Bird on October 1st, 2021
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: MONSTER MOBA
Pokémon UNITE is a solid spin on the MOBA genre, but it feels like it should be more special.
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League of Legends: Wild Rift review

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By Campbell Bird on April 12th, 2021
Our rating: starstarstarstarstar :: BETTER THAN PC
Wild Rift is the definitive mobile MOBA experience.
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Practical Tips for League of Legends: Wild Rift (or any other MOBA, for that matter)

Posted by Campbell Bird on March 31st, 2021


League of Legends: Wild Rift has finally made it to the App Store, and it brings a level of polish and balance to mobile MOBAs that you'd expect from one of the most successful game developers in the world. One of the best things I've found about the game so far is just how mobile-friendly it is. Despite all the on-screen buttons and complicated gameplay, Riot Games made an experience that's easy to hop into and hard to pull away from.

In case you're considering downloading the game and aren't a MOBA pro, don't worry. Wild Rift has some great tutorials and practice modes that do a great job of teaching you the ins and outs of how MOBAs work in general as well as mechanics that are unique to this game. That said, there is some general knowledge and practical advice that goes unstated by the game, but is good practice for anyone who decides to play Wild Rift or any other MOBA, for that matter.

Overdox review

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By Campbell Bird on November 12th, 2019
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: MOBA Royale
If it weren't for its pretty terrible free-to-play model, Overdox would be (and sometimes is!) one of the most thrilling battle royales out there.
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What mobile games are we looking forward to in the second half of 2018? - Emily's picks

Posted by Emily Sowden on July 11th, 2018

2018 has been a bit of a mix in mobile gaming. We've had some real gems like Oddmar, Candleman, and Dandara, and we've had some disappointments, but what about the future?

These upcoming games have me excited for a number of different reasons, and some of them are a little – er – weird. Though it's easy to just focus on what we know is coming and what we know we're going to get, it's much more fun to look forward and speculate on what we don't know, eh?

No? Just me? Well, we'd best get to it then.

Paladins Strike review

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By Campbell Bird on April 30th, 2018
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: STRIKES A BALANCE
Paladins Strike is an interesting hybrid of hero shooter and MOBA.
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Vainglory 5v5: Everything you need to know about the new game mode

Posted by Nicholas Tylwalk on February 21st, 2018
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Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar :: VAIN EVENT :: Read Review »

Vainglory just got bigger.

Super Evil Megacorp made its mobile MOBA into one of the leaders in its genre by concentrating on 3v3 matches that took many of the aspects people would expect to find andreducing them down to better suit touchscreen devices. But phones and tablets have come a long way since the game first launched, and gamers' expectations have risen as well.

Thus, Vainglory 5v5 is now a thing. Designed with extensive feedback from the game's community, the idea is that it builds upon what players already like and adds an extra layer of strategy and excitement. Super Evil has already made it clear that the new mode is the future of competitive play, so even though 3v3 is sticking around, everyone will want to brush up on the newer, bigger gameplay.

Arena of Valor Guide - The Best Heroes to Support the Team

Posted by Campbell Bird on February 9th, 2018

Arena of Valor might just be the best MOBA on mobile, and a ton of people are playing it. The only problem is, everyone wants to play as a carry or other high damage dealing character. While I get the appeal of wanting to lay waste to the enemy team like a perfect killing machine, the key to victory is about having a quality and balanced team, which might require you to play more of a support role. These characters aren’t quite as straightforward as high damage dealers, so check out this handy guide to pick the right support character for you:

Arena of Valor review

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By Campbell Bird on December 27th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarstarstar :: VALIANT MOBA
Arena of Valor might just be the best multiplayer game on mobile.
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Flame Versus Blaze review

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By Campbell Bird on October 11th, 2017
Our rating: starstarhalfstarblankstarblankstar :: FLAME VS BLASÉ
This colorful MOBA just isn't as slick as the competition.
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Star Wars: Force Arena review

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By Campbell Bird on January 19th, 2017
Our rating: starstarstarblankstarblankstar :: A DISTURBANCE IN THE FORCE
A Star Wars MOBA is a great idea, but this game feels pretty sloppy compared to other entries in the genre.
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Warlord Strike review

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By Campbell Bird on November 23rd, 2016
Our rating: starstarstarhalfstarblankstar :: SOLO QUEUE
This MOBA-like strategy game isn't the most elegant-looking thing out there, but it's got a lot of really neat ideas that make it worth checking out.
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Titan Brawl review

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By Campbell Bird on November 14th, 2016
Our rating: starstarstarblankstarblankstar :: DON'T DOTA
Titan Brawl wants to be the next big MOBA-inspired game on mobile, but its in-game action, menu navigation, and free-to-play system are all not quite as elegant as they should be.
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Ace of Arenas is a MOBA perfectly designed for mobile

Posted by 148Apps Staff on April 25th, 2016
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Ace of Arenas is a mobile MOBA that's been built from the ground up with its chosen platform in mind.

For a start, the touchscreen controls don't try and simulate mouse play. So, instead of tapping the screen to move your character and use your skills, you use your thumb and perform a series of swipes.

It's also much faster in pace thanks to the new Fast and Furious Mode, which grants you super buffs and increased movement speed to ensure matches last under 10 minutes.

We reached out to Gaea Mobile's Jason Dahlberg to learn more about the development of Ace of Arenas, and how the developer managed to so successfully port the MOBA experience onto mobile.

The top 3 new features in mobile MOBA Ace of Arenas

Posted by 148Apps Staff on April 22nd, 2016
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The iOS and Android MOBA sensation Ace of Arenas launched back in September 2015, and has had a startling amount of new content added to it since.

In total, five major updates have been released since then, and the game has expanded to North America, Europe, and Asia, with four new languages added to reach a vaster audience.

To help you understand exactly what's changed since launch, we've broken it all down into the top three new features you can find in your favourite mobile MOBA. Enjoy!