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GDC 2013: Pangalore Brings HTML 5 Game, ZooVale, To iPhone, iPad, Browser

Posted by Rob LeFebvre on March 26th, 2013

Pangalore, the gaming studio behind Knightly Adventures, sat down with us today to share the new game, ZooVale. Built in HTML 5 for maximum compatibility, you'll be able to play the game on desktop and mobile browsers, as well as your iPad, seamlessly across platforms and with friends. You'll build a village, collect and breed animals, and battle your way in Adventure mode. It looks like great fun, and should be out in a couple of months.

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Knightly Adventure Updates With New Character Class, Holiday Theme

Posted by Rob LeFebvre on December 6th, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
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Pangalore's freemium city building cum RPG, Knightly Adventure, has gotten its first update on iOS, and is headed to Android as well. The update includes a new Witch class along with holiday-themed environments, settings, and costumes.

§ Holiday themed winter setting, complete with magical falling snow and snowy fields throughout the player’s island kingdom
§ Holiday themed items temporarily replace in-game items—health potions now appear as gingerbread men, for instance
§ New in-game items include a “Resurrection Feathers” potion that allows players to continue a quest after being defeated in combat
§ New Christmas tree and reindeer items are available to decorate your holiday kingdom
§ New holiday alternate costumes are available for every character class
§ New Witch character brings a fun and powerful second magic-user class to the game
§ Extensive optimization allows faster game launches and faster, more reliable performance across supported iOS devices (iPhone 4 or newer, iPad 2 or newer, iPod touch 5)

Knightly Adventure Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Carter Dotson on November 14th, 2012
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: HEAD IN THE CLOUD
Knightly Adventure's individual social and action-RPG components may not be all that remarkable when apart, but put together with cloud-based saving? It's a solid package.
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Knightly Adventure Wants to Make Social Gaming a Bit More Interactive

Posted by Rob Rich on July 23rd, 2012

Freemium social games are all well and good, but a number of them are decidedly lacking in certain places. Namely in action. That’s probably why it’s so easy to take notice when companies like Pangalore announce a game like Knightly Adventure.

Knightly Adventure is indeed a social game, and it does indeed possess a bunch of typical fantasy RPG elements; stuff like medieval kingdoms, quests, hostile monsters, colorful storybook-like graphics, and so on. But while it adheres to many freemium norms, it also attempts to deviate in that one key area. Amidst all the kingdom building, character customizing, friend gathering, and so on is a much more interactive action RPG approach to the quests. With the option of choosing between four character classes (swordsman, wizard, bowman, or knight) available to further sweeten the deal.

This free-to-play cross-platform (mobile, tablet, or Facebook) super-hyphenated fantasy adventure will be setting up shop in the App Store sometime next month. Presumably and preferably soon.