Harry Potter: Wizards Unite may well be like Maguss

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Maguss is a multiplayer RPG that uses GPS to track your location in relation to other players. You play as a fully customisable wizard and can brew potions and cast spells to win magic duels. Sound familiar? Well, that’s because it looks like Maguss is trying to beat Harry Potter: Wizards Unite to the punch. They sound like remarkably similar games. Maguss sounds an awful lot like Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is also a multiplayer RPG featuring wizards, and uses your location as a huge part of the gameplay. It’s in development by ...

Pre-register for Destiny-like Shadowgun Legends right now

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Shadowgun Legends is the closest you’ll get to Destiny on mobile, and it’s coming very soon. So soon, in fact, that you can pre-register right now on Google Play. The Shadowgun franchise is one of the first to get shooting right on mobile, and still arguably the best cover shooter still on the platform. Pre-registration is now up for Shadowgun Legends It launched back when Gears of War was all the rage, and did a pretty good job of copying it. But this one is going straight after Destiny, this generation’s hit shooter franchise. There’s a ...

Light a Way is part clicker, part action-RPG, and available right now

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Winter is drawing to a close and the days are getting longer, so it’s a good time for Light a Way to emerge like a daffodil from the spring meadow of the App Store (and Google Play). In case you missed out on the early access build, Light a Way is a gorgeous side-scrolling action-RPG for mobile with inventive character designs and polished cartoon visuals. It sees you taking on the forces of darkness in the guise of a little girl with magical, light-wielding powers. In a ...

Portal Knights now has controller support on Android

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Portal Knights has just received the massive new Adventurer’s Update, which adds controller support and much more. You know Portal Knights – that game that’s just a better looking version of Minecraft. That’s not all that’s new either. There’s a brand new Warrior Guild and another town full of quests, NPCs, and gear. You can also now display your armour on mannequins and change your appearance. There are new emotes, new home decorations, pet homes, and you can now interact with furniture too. Rather than list all of the changes though, ...

Pre-register for collect ’em up RPG Heir of Light

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Heir of Light is an upcoming collect ’em all RPG by Gamevil. That might not be very unique, but to its credit, the visuals are pretty terrific. Your goal is to save the world from darkness by restoring the light or something. In gameplay terms though, that involves beating a series of bosses. You can now pre-register for Heir of Light on Google Play In fact, Heir of Light does away with mobs entirely and focuses purely on defeating big bosses. So you need to create a party of heroes capable ...

Secret Kingdom Defenders review – wonton of adventure?

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When you think of Chinese mythology your mind probably goes straight to something involving dragons – not a gang consisting of a timid monk, a pig warrior, a wannabe monkey king, and the like. But, as Secret Kingdom Defenders demonstrates, controlling such a crew can actually be good fun. This title, the latest from developer Doppler Hat Games, sets up a very simple story – via some nicely presented comic strip style cutscenes – of a young monk who must team up with a variety of characters ...

Caravan War Review – towers above the competition?

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It’s about ten years since the tower defence genre made it big, first with Desktop Tower Defence on PC in 2007 and then with Fieldrunners on the newly released iPhone in 2008. This cleverly devised sub-genre of strategy game was perfect for touchscreens, presenting you with tough tactical challenges that you could solve with nothing more complicated than a tap of your finger (read: “10,000 taps”). Caravan War is a nice demonstration of how far we’ve come in the last decade. While it contains exactly the sort ...

Secret Kingdom Defenders offers up an oriental strategy feast

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Developer Doppler Hat Games is offering mobile gamers a feast of action with its latest title, Secret Kingdom Defenders. A grid-based strategy title, Secret Kingdom Defenders is similar to games such as Hero Academy and Battle Heroes – but it gives the genre an enjoyable Far Eastern twist. Just in time for Chinese New Year, too. The game sees you playing as a young monk journeying across a mysterious land filled with deadly monsters and an enigmatic Monkey King. Fortunately, you’re joined by a gang of allies, ...