The growing trend of MMORPG obsession knows no bounds. Players will occasionally jump into a massive online world, but those who become dedicated end up spending most of their free time in front of a computer screen. It gets so bad that people neglect real life responsibilities just because they don’t want to fall behind. Luckily, there are developers with a mission to give players their favorite genre of gaming wherever they go. That’s why today we will be looking at the Top 10 best mobile titles in MMO gaming.
You don’t need to be obsessed with MMOs to enjoy these neat handheld creations. In fact, many titles aim to bring a population of smartphone users to a gaming genre they may have avoided. Mobile gaming may not be able to handle as many of the graphics and interactions as normal MMORPGs, but smooth gameplay and a good story will goes a long way when it fits in your pocket. Check out some of these great mobile MMOs that are currently free-to-play on your tablet and phone.
10. Warspear Online
9. Avatar Fight
8. Life is Magic
7. The Infinite Black
6. The World of Magic
5. Book of Heroes
3. Arcane Legends (Legends Series)
Not to long ago, Sapcetime Studios released their newest title in the series, Arcane Legends. This is the game that justifies a number four spot. The bright and happy experience is something only Goth high school students would find off-putting. The newest installment finds a way to roll all the best mechanics from previous titles into one mobile ball of fun. Players can stay on the game for hours, but it’s just as good if you’re looking to pass the time.
Cash shops in Arcane Legends are very fair and don’t create an unbalanced game like other MMO titles. The biggest accomplishment in the mobile MMO series is the successful grouping system. Players will automatically be thrown into parties instead of needing to organize one themselves. Mobile games are supposed to fit our busy schedules, and finding a party can take forever in an MMO. Luckily, Arcane Legends groups players together as fast as possible to achieve one of the most compelling mobile MMOs available. The ability to enter and leave a game whenever you want is exactly what keeps Arcane Legends from becoming another boring mobile endeavor.
2. Parallel Kingdoms (Parallel Series)
1. Order and Chaos Online
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