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Rise of the Dragonian Era (RODE)
  • Rise of the Dragonian Era (RODE)

  • Posted on  Apr 17,2012  07:04 , by Sara Lau
  • Rise of the Dragonian Era,  (often abbreviated as RODE, or RODE Online) is a F2P MMORPG by Netgame. The game allows players to a fantasy world where they could engage in regional wars, Castle Siege and other PVP battles. Preview: I’m a nerd, so whenever there’s a game adding dragon to its title, I can never wait to jump into the game. But in most cases, I actually found there hasn’t been much thing about dragon after several hours of playing. Although the name of the game is not enough to tip you off, dragons are very important to the […] read »

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Aviator Review
  • Aviator Review

  • Posted on  Apr 17,2012  02:04 , by Sara Lau
  • Aviator is a hybrid genre game blending city-building and role-playing element. In aviator, you take the role as a pilot who has spent his/her last penny on a small plane in order to look for some odd jobs to do. Those jobs include getting numerous interesting or weird requests from cosigners that keep you flying back and forth between cities across the world. The story unfolds in Cairo, where you met up with an old man who claimed to be your long-missing uncle…He just needed someone to offer him a ride to Harare with the utmost haste. So from then […] read »

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Tribes: Ascend Review
  • Tribes: Ascend Review

  • Posted on  Apr 17,2012  01:04 , by Sara Lau
  • Released by Hi-Rez Studios, Tribes: Ascend is a free-to-play online first-person shooter spin-off of the original Ascend series. Although it is not the sequel to Tribes franchise but the core game play still remains the same. The backstory of the game is set in an imaginary future world revolving around betrayal and warfare. Humans get to fight through the horde of invading alien race in order to liberate their planet. For people who are not very familiar with Tribes series before, the game puts emphasis on one feature: skiing. When you go down a slope you press and hold spacebar […] read »

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New Facebook Games in April, 2012
  • New Facebook Games in April, 2012

  • Posted on  Apr 16,2012  02:04 , by Sara Lau
  • April has seen lots of new Facebook-based titles and DotMMO has just picked up some promising ones, in beta or still in development, some of which we have already reviewed. Check the list below: Armies of Magic The Disney-owned developer Playdom right now is concentrating on its Facebook RTG Armies of Magic, showing its “hardcore” speciality apart from developing hidden-object games. In this game, you are required to forge an invincible army to save the realm from the invading Goblin Hordes. Survival of the Fittest The theory of “Survival of the fittest” in the latest namesake Facebook game developed by […] read »

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Heavy Birds
  • Heavy Birds

  • Posted on  Apr 13,2012  06:04 , by Sara Lau
  • Heavy Birds is a casual IOS game that features intuitive menu navigation and cute graphics with overweight chubby birds. The game is also being criticized for ripping off Angry Birds, which has been proved the most popular casual game on mobile devices and tablets. In Heavy Birds, players are able to complete a total of 99 challenging levels with four different difficulty levels and battle via game center leaderboards. With intelligence and skills, players can tap to drop birds into the crane and onto the playing field where you need to delete horizontal lines of 3 heavy birds of same […] read »

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Soul Crash Review
  • Soul Crash Review

  • Posted on  Apr 13,2012  06:04 , by Sara Lau
  • I’m a hardcore arcade-style fighting game fan and I had been playing good old-school fashioned fighting games like Street Figher and the King of Fighters franchise when I was a kid. Although I have embraced HD gaming consoles now, playing fighting games like Tekken and Soul Calibur still can offer me thrilling gameplay experiences. However, I have never played any games of the same genre on Facebook. Primarily due to technical issues, it is impossible for browser games to attain the same level of those console games featuring nearly photo-realistic graphics and complex gameplay. But I still wish I could […] read »

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New Browser games in April, 2012
  • New Browser games in April, 2012

  • Posted on  Apr 12,2012  02:04 , by Sara Lau
  • DotMMO only features latest promising MMOs and browser games. Today, we have listed some highly anticipated titles that either are being developed by big companies such as Bigpoint, and Square Enix, or are already released by those startups such as Whitemoon, KoramGame and Grand Cru. Ice Age Online Based on the renowned Ice Age movie series, Ice Age online is born out of the cooperation between 20th Century Fox and German-based online game developer Bigpoint. Finally, you are able to take boreal explorations with the adorable creatures in those frigid regions once you could only see in cinemas. Shadowrun Online The […] read »

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New MMOs in April, 2012
  • New MMOs in April, 2012

  • Posted on  Apr 12,2012  01:04 , by Sara Lau
  • There are a great number of MMOs announced this month. Some are still in development while others are in beta testing stage. DotMMO has picked up some most promising titles released in April 2012. Loadout Loadout is a brand new fast-paced multiplayer shooter that can take pride in its overwhelming weapon crafting system and stunning gameplay. With more characters, weapons and maps promised to be upgraded soon, you can surely expect to enjoy more. SmashMuck Champions Forge the mightiest team of champions to fight across the Planet Muck, enjoy the traditional combination of skill, action and strategy, and prove your […] read »

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Dark Legends Review
  • Dark Legends Review

  • Posted on  Apr 12,2012  10:04 , by Sara Lau
  • Vampire, werewolf and zombies, the eternal theme of classic fantasy, have been adapted into various genres of games on since last decades. Dark Legends, a 3D MMO ARPG developed by Spacetime Studios, has joined the club, available at Chrome Webstore, iOS App Store and Android market. Check Our Another Dark Legends Review. In the Legends, you act as a newly-turned orphan vampire who has to find your way to ally yourself with the vampire nations while investigating zombie and ghoul mysteries in the underworld along the way. The story unfolds throughout 10 Campaigns, each consisting of some 15 Missions or […] read »

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Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers Review
  • Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers Review

  • Posted on  Apr 12,2012  09:04 , by Sara Lau
  • The huge success of Pirates of the Caribbean movie franchise seems to have given Disney a taste of the sweetness of the park-inspired adaption. Animal Kingdom, another theme park of theirs, has hit, well not the big screen this time, but Facebook. Developed by Playdom, a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers is a hidden-object game centering on wildlife preserve. I frowned on hearing the name “Animal Kingdom”, because really, haven’t we had enough zoo/wildlife animal games on Facebook? Nevertheless with all the previous being Farmville variations, it is the first time the theme being introduced […] read »

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