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Hall of Heroes
  • Hall of Heroes

  • Posted on  Nov 5,2013  03:11 , by Sara Lau
  • Peak Games’ Hall of Heroes is a turn-based tactics game set on a small board divided into a grid. It’s a two-player game where the goal is to eliminate all of your opponent’s heroes or else both of their towers. You accomplish this by using your own deck of heroes and special items. Review: There’s an interesting mix of heroes and special items. Each hero type has unique stats such as HP, melee attack strength, ranged attack strength, movement range, and attack range. On top of this, each hero has unique traits that allows them to serve an important role [...] read »

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Wonderland Epic
  • Wonderland Epic

  • Posted on  Nov 5,2013  02:11 , by Sara Lau
  • Wonderland Epic joins Farm Epic, Treasure Epic, Jewel Epic, and Bubble Epic as 6waves’ latest entry in its collection of “Epic” puzzle games. All of the games in the collection draw from popular matching tile games, and the mechanics are very much inspired by the puzzle games in King’s “Saga” series. Farm Epic and Jewel Epic play just like Candy Crush Saga, Bubble Epic plays just like Bubble Witch Saga, and Treasure Epic and Wonderland Epic play just like Pet Rescue Saga. Review: Of course, King didn’t invent any of these puzzle types — there are tons of examples of [...] read »

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League of Warriors
  • League of Warriors

  • Posted on  Oct 30,2013  09:10 , by Sara Lau
  • League of Warriors is one of the latest entries in the seemingly endless stream of Clash of Clans clones. Admittedly, the gameplay traces back to the Facebook game, Backyard Monsters, but Clash of Clans (iOS and Android) might be a better comparison because it’s the most popular of the bunch right now and its refinements to the formula make it into most newcomers. League of Warriors is a Facebook-exclusive take on the modern, social-strategy game. Like so many of its cousins (including Clash of Clans, Throne Rush), it has a medieval fantasy setting. The game is made from the developer [...] read »

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Throne Rush
  • Throne Rush

  • Posted on  Oct 24,2013  02:10 , by Sara Lau
  • It’s interesting to follow the progression of games originally inspired by Backyard Monsters. If you’re not in the know, these are free-to-play, real-time strategy games where you build up a base, train an army, and then head into various campaign and multiplayer modes to take on other bases — all the while ensuring your base has the automated defenses it needs to survive any incoming attacks from other players. Years ago, Backyard Monsters strategic gameplay drew tons of players on the Facebook platform which was absolutely laden with mindless click-fests like Mafia Wars and Farmville. Since then, Clash of Clans [...] read »

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Blood and Jade
  • Blood and Jade

  • Posted on  Oct 15,2013  03:10 , by Sara Lau
  • Blood and Jade is a free to play browser-based MMORPG set in ancient China. The game quests you through a vibrant world where you play quests, raise pets, ride mounts and participate in various events with thousands of players from the world. The game is developed by R2Games, which also publishes Wartune, Crystal Saga, and its most recent mobile MMORPG Excalibur: Knights of the King. Overview: Like most of R2Games, Blood and Jade also lets you start questing with a detailed guide, and you will then learn skills, abilities, and slay monsters, get level up during the course of play. There [...] read »

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Mobile Action MMORPG Excalibur: Knights of the King Live Now and It is Free to Play
  • Mobile Action MMORPG Excalibur: Knights of the King Live Now and It is Free to Play

  • Posted on  Oct 12,2013  01:10 , by Sara Lau
  • Oct 12, 2013 – The highly anticipated iOS version for mobile game Excalibur was made free to download today, starting from 9am EST. The Action-Brawler MMORPG is available for iOS tablets and phones in the App Store, Apple’s digital application distribution platform. Excalibur’s App Store page can be found here. Following the game’s release on both major mobile platforms, the focus of future updates is planned to turn toward further game content, including the long-awaited fourth playable class: the Archer. R2Games and 337.com, joint publishers of Excalibur, are also holding contests and events to mark the occasion, offering players the [...] read »

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Youjoy Announced Ultimate Naruto, Open Beta Server Available on October 12
  • Youjoy Announced Ultimate Naruto, Open Beta Server Available on October 12

  • Posted on  Oct 12,2013  10:10 , by Sara Lau
  • Youjoy, the maker of Odin Quest, today officially announced Ultimate Naruto, which is loosely inspired by the original Anime Naruto series. Ultimate Naruto is a kind of browser-based game featuring the original Japanese anime Naruto series with new skill animations and gripping storyline. According to a press release sent to us, the open beta of Ultimate Naruto will be scheduled to launch tomorrow morning (19:00 October 12, 2013 PDT). Its first server named “S1- Ninjutsu” will be live at that time. Upon playing the server Ninjutsu of Ultimate Naruto in this grand open beta, each player could receive a summoned beast by finishing a certain [...] read »

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Hero of the Obelisk
  • Hero of the Obelisk

  • Posted on  Oct 11,2013  10:10 , by Sara Lau
  • Hero of the Obelisk is a free-to-play hack n’ slash MMORPG from GBE ENTERTAINMENT, the publisher of The Aurora World. In the game, players will have a choice of playing three classes (Swordsman, Adventurer, Scholar) with a total of 18 different specializations, each with their own unique abilities, stats, weapons and play-styles. The game’s closed beta launched on October 10, 2013. Set on the continent of Abate, Hero of the Obelisk allows players to explore challenging dungeons in two modes : the Skilled and Not So-skilled.  By default, dungeons will be set to NORMAL where with a little bit of coordination, can be [...] read »

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Vikings Gone Wild
  • Vikings Gone Wild

  • Posted on  Oct 7,2013  01:10 , by Sara Lau
  • Vikings Gone Wild is a casual strategy game where players need to build their village by constructing buildings, manage resources and train a powerful army of vikings to raid other players’ villages. The game is currently available on Facebook and will be hitting mobile later this year. Overview: Like Clash of Clans, Galaxy Life, and Backyard Monsters, Vikings Gone Wild lets players to build their village with the purpose of both defending it by constructing defensive structures and attacking other players to plunder resources. The ultimate purpose of the game is to climb up the Leaderboard and conquer the whole [...] read »

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Stallion Race
  • Stallion Race

  • Posted on  Oct 1,2013  09:10 , by Sara Lau
  • Stallion Race is one of the most bizarre games I’ve played in years. It’s really the strange combination of mechanics and theme that gets me — it takes the formula of the standard overdone browser-based MMORPG and slaps a horse racing theme on top. I could hardly believe my eyes the first time I saw that my horse’s status page included over a dozen different stats as well as multiple equipment slots. It’s intriguing to say the least. Review: You play a globetrotting horse owner who travels with his stable of animals and host of jockeys to compete in professional [...] read »

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