Top Free MMORPG Android Games Of 2017!







Enjoy mobile games but overwhelmed by the number of options in apps store? If you’re curious about which mobile games to download, we’ve got you covered.




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Battle Camp is a breath of fresh air from the tens, if not hundreds of MMORPGs in the app store. From elegant UI to gorgeous artwork, it is clear that the team behind Battle Camp spared no details.Battle Camp can be divided into three different modes: story, PvP and Boss events. The backbone behind all modes includes collecting, evolving and battling your monsters against another team of monsters through a gem-matching gameplay.


What really separates Battle Camp from other MMORPGs is the sheer depth of the game. There are over 1,200 monsters (fire, wind, water, leaf, rock) and over a hundred virtual worlds where you can team-up complete the story, battle in PvP and so much more. The events are always up-to-date and feature unique bosses for your troop to defeat. There are tons of customization available and the story is far more interesting and engaging compared to similar MMORPGs.

Given the monster catching and social elements of Battle Camp, it is effectively a cross between Pokemon and World of Warcraft. Battle Camp has been in the app store for over two years and has earned respect among among many hardcore gamers given the attention to detail the team puts into this. If you enjoy monster catching and interacting with other players, Battle Camp may just be for you. Download now through the following link:



Mobile Strike is one of the most popular mobile games in the world, as evidenced by its consistently high rank in the app store. In fact, you’ve probably seen their ads of Arnold Schwarzenegger as an Army General. The purpose of the game is to build up your home base (to defend from enemies) and army (to attack enemies). The game revolves around balancing the following elements: construction, resource gathering, troop training and research.

Mobile Strike has everything a hardcore gamer would want - there is A LOT going on. From research to alliances to missions, the game is really designed to fulfill any desire. While this level of detail is certainly impressive, it can also be quite overwhelming for the more casual fan.

If you enjoy base building games where you’ll create and command an army from scratch to take down opponents in virtual warfare, then you’ll likely enjoy this week. If you really want to succeed or are the impatient type, you’ll likely need to make an IAP (or a few) to speed up construction, research, etc but if you’re willing, this game will give you the opportunity to have the best army in the (virtual) world. Download through the following link:




If you play Mobile Strike, Game of War - Fire Age will feel extremely similar. In Game of War - Fire Age, you play the part of a king, attempting to build the most powerful kingdom possible in the world full of other players with the exact same goal. The game is set in a medieval fantasy setting. Your focus as a kind is in building and upgrading structures. Similar to Mobile Strike, the actions you take in the game revolve around gathering resources, creating troops, research, defending your home base and attacking enemy bases.

Besides the setting, another major difference with Mobile Strike is that this game is filled with much more hardcore players. As listed on Venture Beat, Game of War paying players spend an average of $550. Thus if you want to move up in the virtual world, you’ll likely have to pay up. Download through the following link:



If you’re a fan of dragons, Dragon City Mobile is for you. You raise them, feed them, breed them, give them habitats and ultimately, pit them against other dragons. The ultimate goal of the game is to collect all of the 500+ the dragons in the game. The game features over 80 million users making it one of the largest MMORPGs on this list.

The game has two main social mechanics -- helping friends and player vs. player combat. Helping friends revolves around gifting energy and other gifts to friends. PvP, meanwhile, unfolds through the game’s “Combat World” or user created stadiums.

Ultimately, Dragon City Mobile is THE game for dragon lovers. Download now through the following link:




If you get tired of breeding dragons in Dragon City, then try the latest game from Social Point - Monster Legends - which takes the formula from their original hit but changes the theme to apply all sorts of strange and mysterious monsters. In Monster Legends, your goal is to collect monsters and make them stronger to defeat “bad” monsters. The game involves a breeding element as you can only increase strength of your monsters through breeding different combinations.  Once the monster squad is assembled, players will be ready to fight in adventure mode or compete against other players in the arena. As you learn more about the various monsters in the game and the breeding techniques that are available, you can develop stronger and stronger teams to help you climb the player rankings.

Monster Legends is definitely a game that packs in a huge amount of content and with the regular updates always giving you a new monster to try and breed successfully, it is truly a game that you can commit to playing for the long term.

Monster legends doesn’t reinvent the breeding game genre but provides a lot more depth than most games in this space. With Social Point behind the game you can also be sure that it is only going to get better over time with consistent and engaging updates. Download now through the following link:


Top Free MMORPG iPhone Games Of 2017!







Enjoy mobile games but overwhelmed by the number of options in apps store? If you’re curious about which mobile games to download, we’ve got you covered.




Image result for battle camp
Battle Camp is a breath of fresh air from the tens, if not hundreds of MMORPGs in the app store. From elegant UI to gorgeous artwork, it is clear that the team behind Battle Camp spared no details.Battle Camp can be divided into three different modes: story, PvP and Boss events. The backbone behind all modes includes collecting, evolving and battling your monsters against another team of monsters through a gem-matching gameplay.


What really separates Battle Camp from other MMORPGs is the sheer depth of the game. There are over 1,200 monsters (fire, wind, water, leaf, rock) and over a hundred virtual worlds where you can team-up complete the story, battle in PvP and so much more. The events are always up-to-date and feature unique bosses for your troop to defeat. There are tons of customization available and the story is far more interesting and engaging compared to similar MMORPGs.

Given the monster catching and social elements of Battle Camp, it is effectively a cross between Pokemon and World of Warcraft. Battle Camp has been in the app store for over two years and has earned respect among among many hardcore gamers given the attention to detail the team puts into this. If you enjoy monster catching and interacting with other players, Battle Camp may just be for you. Download now through the following link:








Mobile Strike is one of the most popular mobile games in the world, as evidenced by its consistently high rank in the app store. In fact, you’ve probably seen their ads of Arnold Schwarzenegger as an Army General. The purpose of the game is to build up your home base (to defend from enemies) and army (to attack enemies). The game revolves around balancing the following elements: construction, resource gathering, troop training and research.

Mobile Strike has everything a hardcore gamer would want - there is A LOT going on. From research to alliances to missions, the game is really designed to fulfill any desire. While this level of detail is certainly impressive, it can also be quite overwhelming for the more casual fan.

If you enjoy base building games where you’ll create and command an army from scratch to take down opponents in virtual warfare, then you’ll likely enjoy this week. If you really want to succeed or are the impatient type, you’ll likely need to make an IAP (or a few) to speed up construction, research, etc but if you’re willing, this game will give you the opportunity to have the best army in the (virtual) world. Download through the following link:




If you play Mobile Strike, Game of War - Fire Age will feel extremely similar. In Game of War - Fire Age, you play the part of a king, attempting to build the most powerful kingdom possible in the world full of other players with the exact same goal. The game is set in a medieval fantasy setting. Your focus as a kind is in building and upgrading structures. Similar to Mobile Strike, the actions you take in the game revolve around gathering resources, creating troops, research, defending your home base and attacking enemy bases.

Besides the setting, another major difference with Mobile Strike is that this game is filled with much more hardcore players. As listed on Venture Beat, Game of War paying players spend an average of $550. Thus if you want to move up in the virtual world, you’ll likely have to pay up. Download through the following link:



If you’re a fan of dragons, Dragon City Mobile is for you. You raise them, feed them, breed them, give them habitats and ultimately, pit them against other dragons. The ultimate goal of the game is to collect all of the 500+ the dragons in the game. The game features over 80 million users making it one of the largest MMORPGs on this list.

The game has two main social mechanics -- helping friends and player vs. player combat. Helping friends revolves around gifting energy and other gifts to friends. PvP, meanwhile, unfolds through the game’s “Combat World” or user created stadiums.

Ultimately, Dragon City Mobile is THE game for dragon lovers. Download now through the following link:



If you get tired of breeding dragons in Dragon City, then try the latest game from Social Point - Monster Legends - which takes the formula from their original hit but changes the theme to apply all sorts of strange and mysterious monsters. In Monster Legends, your goal is to collect monsters and make them stronger to defeat “bad” monsters. The game involves a breeding element as you can only increase strength of your monsters through breeding different combinations.  Once the monster squad is assembled, players will be ready to fight in adventure mode or compete against other players in the arena. As you learn more about the various monsters in the game and the breeding techniques that are available, you can develop stronger and stronger teams to help you climb the player rankings.

Monster Legends is definitely a game that packs in a huge amount of content and with the regular updates always giving you a new monster to try and breed successfully, it is truly a game that you can commit to playing for the long term.

Monster legends doesn’t reinvent the breeding game genre but provides a lot more depth than most games in this space. With Social Point behind the game you can also be sure that it is only going to get better over time with consistent and engaging updates.


Top 5 Pokemon Go Alternatives for Android!


1. Battle Camp — FREE

DOWNLOAD HERE  


Unlike any of the other Pokemon Go alternatives I've played, Battle Camp gives an immediate air of quality in all respects. From elegant UI to gorgeous models, it is clear that the team behind Battle Camp spared no details. The actual gameplay, however, is mind blowing to say the least. For the hardcore, the battling dynamic is completely unfamiliar, but the change is welcome. While numerous other Pokemon knock-offs shamelessly try to (poorly) emulate Pokemon's combat system, Battle Camp opts for something refreshingly different. Loosely implementing the beloved bejeweled interface that made Candy Crush so popular, Battle Camp elevates the game beyond spamming your favorite attack. In battles, skilled players can chain up combos to multiply the strength of their attacks. There are hundreds of monsters with unique stats and attributes to build your own complex and worthy team. Indeed, Battle Camp tops this exclusive list as the best Pokemon Go alternative available on Android. In fact, Battle Camp is turning out to be one of my favorite mobile games of all time, and it's free.

2. Dragon City — FREE

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If you like collecting dragons, this game is the one for you.  It's like Pokemon, but exclusively with dragons.  Collect, breed, train all in the magical world of Dragon City!  Just like pokemon, you can engage in combat with other players to see who is the real Dragon Master.  Available on android devices as well as Facebook, you can play this game nearly anywhere.  Being able to catch over 100 different kinds of dragons and build your own unique city makes this game any Dragon lover's fantasy.  With hundreds of hours of content, this game will keep you entertained and busy!

3. Haypi Monster — FREE

DOWNLOAD HERE 


After sifting through countless Pokemon substitutes, Haypi Monster was one of only two games to actually feel complete. All the art and animation fits well together and makes for a congruous and distraction free experience. The battle sequences emulate Pokemon perfectly (they didn't even bother to change some attack names). What stands out most to me, however, is the player movement in the overworld. Unlike any Pokemon alternative I have ever played before, Haypi monster plays like a board game. There are spaces and with each 'turn' you roll a die to see which space you land determining the pace of which you move through the game. Some spaces have battles, and others have a variety of prizes. There is an element of luck in the game beyond just stumbling upon a rare monster in the brush, and it is thrilling.

4. Beastie Bay — FREE

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The monsters and combat in this game are sub-par. While obviously inspired by Pokemon, Beastie Bay dumbs down everything — abilities, monsters, and attacks — and leaves in features that worked well in one-on-one Pokemon battles, but not three-on-three Beastie Bay battles. For example, monster switching and item usage use up an entire turn. It's really annoying. Luckily, the combat is not the focus of the game; rather, it is a tool for taming allies to work your hotel. Beastie Bay's actually more of a SimCity type game than a monster catcher. That's not to say that as a monster catcher, Beastie Bay is a bad game. Actually, all the microsystems depend on the monsters you've tamed, and their importance and weight in the game is enormous. While the combat and monster depth is disappointing at best, monster catching is still a blast exactly because of how crucial it is. In taking monster catching out of the spotlight and making it a hyper-necessary tool, monster catching actually feels more valuable than in actual true monster catchers.

5. Bulu Monster — FREE

DOWNLOAD HERE 


What I find most frustrating about many of the Pokemon copy-cats in the app store is that so many choose to use either a joystick or D-pad in classic GameBoy fashion, but it just
doesn't translate to Android. Bulu Monster makes movement simple and elegant by setting tappable destinations on the map for the player to head towards. In battle, the graphics and animation in battle are on par with the most recent Pokemon releases, but in the overworld, Bulu Monster could try a little harder. To be sure, this game actually spends significantly more time in battle than Pokemon. Yes, battling is the core of Pokemon games, and they ought to be the most enjoyable part, but the feel is all wrong here.The whole game feels like walking in tall grass in Pokemon, where each move you make results in another battle.

Top 5 Pokemon Go Alternatives for the iPhone

1. Battle Camp — FREE

DOWNLOAD HERE

 
Unlike any of the other Pokemon Go alternatives I've played, Battle Camp gives an immediate air of quality in all respects. From elegant UI to gorgeous models, it is clear that the team behind Battle Camp spared no details. The actual gameplay, however, is mind blowing to say the least. For the hardcore, the battling dynamic is completely unfamiliar, but the change is welcome. While numerous other Pokemon knock-offs shamelessly try to (poorly) emulate Pokemon's combat system, Battle Camp opts for something refreshingly different. Loosely implementing the beloved bejeweled interface that made Candy Crush so popular, Battle Camp elevates the game beyond spamming your favorite attack. In battles, skilled players can chain up combos to multiply the strength of their attacks. There are hundreds of monsters with unique stats and attributes to build your own complex and worthy team. Indeed, Battle Camp tops this exclusive list as the best Pokemon Go alternative available on iPhone. In fact, Battle Camp is turning out to be one of my favorite mobile games of all time, and it's free.

2. Haypi Monster — FREE

DOWNLOAD HERE  


After sifting through countless Pokemon substitutes, Haypi Monster was one of only two games to actually feel complete. All the art and animation fits well together and makes for a congruous and distraction free experience. The battle sequences emulate Pokemon perfectly (they didn't even bother to change some attack names). What stands out most to me, however, is the player movement in the overworld. Unlike any Pokemon alternative I have ever played before, Haypi monster plays like a board game. There are spaces and with each 'turn' you roll a die to see which space you land determining the pace of which you move through the game. Some spaces have battles, and others have a variety of prizes. There is an element of luck in the game beyond just stumbling upon a rare monster in the brush, and it is thrilling.

3. Bulu Monster — FREE

DOWNLOAD HERE  


What I find most frustrating about many of the Pokemon copy-cats in the app store is that so many choose to use either a joystick or D-pad in classic GameBoy fashion, but it just doesn't translate to the iPhone. Bulu Monster makes movement simple and elegant by setting tappable destinations on the map for the player to head towards. In battle, the graphics and animation in battle are on par with the most recent Pokemon releases, but in the overworld, Bulu Monster could try a little harder. To be sure, this game actually spends significantly more time in battle than Pokemon. Yes, battling is the core of Pokemon games, and they ought to be the most enjoyable part, but the feel is all wrong here.The whole game feels like walking in tall grass in Pokemon, where each move you make results in another battle.

4. Hunter Island — $0.99

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Like Bulu Monster, this game loses the joystick and D-pad and adopts a UI-based movement scheme, and I thank them wholeheartedly for that. Instead of Pokemon's classic turn-based battle system, Hunter island puts a twist on it implementing an attack queue depending on the cycle speed of a monster's attack — i.e. some monsters may attack more often than others. During these attacks, Hunter Island doesn't make you a victim of mundane tapping characteristic other games by allowing players to slash their opponents to execute attacks. Though only a detail, this effect alone has me forgetting — at least for a moment — that I'm not mindlessly level grinding. While the 2d models are crisp and colorful, the animations are abysmal and a plague to the eye. All-in-all Hunter Island is innovative, but unfulfilled.

5. Mobile Monsters — $0.99

DOWNLOAD HERE  


Probably one of the purer Pokemon look-alikes out there, Mobile monsters is packed with hours of gameplay. Just like the game it aspires to be, our main character moves from town to town battling other trainers and wild monsters begging to be tamed. Indeed, it feels very much like the original. But, while its greatest selling points are the commonalities between it and Pokemon, the loyalty appears to be a double-edged sword. At first the similarities are charming and reminiscent, but quickly become tired. The resemblance can't help but provoke comparison, and that is exactly where this game fails. Drawing so much from Pokemon, Mobile Monsters succeeds only in being mediocre. Between pitiful graphics years behind Pokemon Red and Blue and somehow boasting about their "dozens of mobile monsters", Mobile Monsters feels like settling for a knock-off. No, at $0.99 on the app store, Mobile Monsters is settling for a knock-off.

Top 5 Pokemon Alternatives for the iPhone

1. Battle Camp — FREE

DOWNLOAD HERE  

Unlike any of the other Pokemon Go alternatives I've played, Battle Camp gives an immediate air of quality in all respects. From elegant UI to gorgeous models, it is clear that the team behind Battle Camp spared no details. The actual gameplay, however, is mind blowing to say the least. For the hardcore, the battling dynamic is completely unfamiliar, but the change is welcome. While numerous other Pokemon knock-offs shamelessly try to (poorly) emulate Pokemon's combat system, Battle Camp opts for something refreshingly different. Loosely implementing the beloved bejeweled interface that made Candy Crush so popular, Battle Camp elevates the game beyond spamming your favorite attack. In battles, skilled players can chain up combos to multiply the strength of their attacks. There are hundreds of monsters with unique stats and attributes to build your own complex and worthy team. Indeed, Battle Camp tops this exclusive list as the best Pokemon Go alternative available on iPhone. In fact, Battle Camp is turning out to be one of my favorite mobile games of all time, and it's free.

2. Haypi Monster — FREE

DOWNLOAD HERE  

After sifting through countless Pokemon substitutes, Haypi Monster was one of only two games to actually feel complete. All the art and animation fits well together and makes for a congruous and distraction free experience. The battle sequences emulate Pokemon perfectly (they didn't even bother to change some attack names). What stands out most to me, however, is the player movement in the overworld. Unlike any Pokemon alternative I have ever played before, Haypi monster plays like a board game. There are spaces and with each 'turn' you roll a die to see which space you land determining the pace of which you move through the game. Some spaces have battles, and others have a variety of prizes. There is an element of luck in the game beyond just stumbling upon a rare monster in the brush, and it is thrilling.

3. Bulu Monster — FREE

DOWNLOAD HERE  

What I find most frustrating about many of the Pokemon copy-cats in the app store is that so many choose to use either a joystick or D-pad in classic GameBoy fashion, but it just doesn't translate to the iPhone. Bulu Monster makes movement simple and elegant by setting tappable destinations on the map for the player to head towards. In battle, the graphics and animation in battle are on par with the most recent Pokemon releases, but in the overworld, Bulu Monster could try a little harder. To be sure, this game actually spends significantly more time in battle than Pokemon. Yes, battling is the core of Pokemon games, and they ought to be the most enjoyable part, but the feel is all wrong here.The whole game feels like walking in tall grass in Pokemon, where each move you make results in another battle.

4. Hunter Island — $0.99

DOWNLOAD HERE 

Like Bulu Monster, this game loses the joystick and D-pad and adopts a UI-based movement scheme, and I thank them wholeheartedly for that. Instead of Pokemon's classic turn-based battle system, Hunter island puts a twist on it implementing an attack queue depending on the cycle speed of a monster's attack — i.e. some monsters may attack more often than others. During these attacks, Hunter Island doesn't make you a victim of mundane tapping characteristic other games by allowing players to slash their opponents to execute attacks. Though only a detail, this effect alone has me forgetting — at least for a moment — that I'm not mindlessly level grinding. While the 2d models are crisp and colorful, the animations are abysmal and a plague to the eye. All-in-all Hunter Island is innovative, but unfulfilled.

5. Mobile Monsters — $0.99

DOWNLOAD HERE  

Probably one of the purer Pokemon look-alikes out there, Mobile Monsters is packed with hours of gameplay. Just like the game it aspires to be, our main character moves from town to town battling other trainers and wild monsters begging to be tamed. Indeed, it feels very much like the original. But, while its greatest selling points are the commonalities between it and Pokemon, the loyalty appears to be a double-edged sword. At first the similarities are charming and reminiscent, but quickly become tired. The resemblance can't help but provoke comparison, and that is exactly where this game fails. Drawing so much from Pokemon, Mobile Monsters succeeds only in being mediocre. Between pitiful graphics years behind Pokemon Red and Blue and somehow boasting about their "dozens of mobile monsters", Mobile Monsters feels like settling for a knock-off. No, at $0.99 on the app store, Mobile Monsters is settling for a knock-off.