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Age of Wushu Dynasty is a mobile reimagining of Age of Wushu [Sponsored]

Posted by 148Apps Staff on December 11th, 2015

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.

Taichi Panda Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Nadia Oxford on March 19th, 2015
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: CUDDLY
Though players still have to endure some free-to-play trappings, Taichi Panda is a well-constructed mobile MMOG.
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Heroes of Gaia Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Campbell Bird on January 26th, 2015
Our rating: starstarhalfstarblankstarblankstar :: TIMERS OF MIGHT AND MAGIC
This free-to-play rpg looks a lot like Heroes of Might and Magic, but it's poor interface and layering of mechanics makes it feel unnecessarily messy.
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Taichi Panda Hits iOS in December

Posted by Jessica Fisher on November 24th, 2014

Snail Games has released the first official game play trailer for Taichi Panda. The game is a dungeon crawler with three playable characters. You'll be able to play with your friends in the multiplayer mode and collect cool pets. The game looks like it has some pretty nice graphics and fast play style.

Taichi Panda is coming to the App Store in December, so check out the trailer while you wait.

E3 2014 - Have a Look at Snail Games’ iOS Lineup

Posted by Rob Rich on June 18th, 2014

Snail Games’ booth was filled with top hats and goggles last week, but nestled among all the steampunk were a few titles planned for iOS. It was a pretty decent spread, too. One action RPG, one puzzle game, and one strategy game. Personally I was most interested in the action RPG, but I’m kind of a sucker for those things.

Taichi Panda

Taichi Panda is that action RPG, naturally. The game features three playable characters (warrior, rogue, monk - guess which one’s the panda?), loot drops, plenty of fighting, skill trees, and pretty much everything else you’d expect from the genre. The levels seem big enough to satisfy, but are also small enough to gel with a mobile gamer’s play schedule. In other words they’re a good fit for a commute.

There’s no word on when Taichi Panda will be released yet, but it will be free with in-app purchases.

Heroes of Gaia

Then there’s the turn-based strategy game, Heroes of Gaia. This one is all about tactics and managing your armies. You’ll have to choose between one of four distinct races as you explore the world and try to gather resources. You’ll also be squaring off against anyone else who might be looking for those same resources. Armies are customizable and upgradeable, naturally.

Heroes of Gaia also has no release date yet, but will also be free with in-app purchases.

Puzzle Heroes Saga

Finally there’s Puzzle Heroes Saga: a sort of match-3 puzzle game where you match soldiers to send off to battle rather than clearing gems. Every successful match will activate a given unit’s special ability, which will include various attack patterns and effects. What’s interesting is that the enemy will attack constantly, regardless of how long it takes you to make your move. So you not only need to match, you need to match fast.

Puzzle Heroes Saga is TBA, but it will be free with in-app purchases.