February 27, 2014 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Twain Harte, California - In the Monster collecting and battling game Monster Legacy, players can fight and capture more than 100 unique Monsters to use in combat throughout the vibrant and expansive world of Arborea. With unique battle capabilities and elemental attributes, each Monster in Monster Legacy offers fun strategies for an engrossing gameplay experience.
Developer and publisher of Monster Legacy, Outplay Entertainment, released a new trailer showcasing eight of the Monsters featured in the upcoming epic adventure. From the vibrant amethyst Ballfrog with inflating abilities to blow out enemies, the super powerful Mosshog, the powerfully magnetic Gorillem, and many more, every gamer will find their Monster in Monster Legacy.
In Monster Legacy, players undertake a journey filled with captivating quests as they tackle tricky puzzles and explore cavernous dungeons throughout the massive world of Arborea. In the game, players train a wide variety of Monsters to take into battle and free the land from the dark influence of the Evil Lord Ardur. Trained and captured Monsters can evolve into new forms and unlock powerful attacks. Gamers collect and earn in-game currency as they play, complete quests, and customize their Monster's habitat. A free-to-play adventure offering many hours of gameplay, Monster Legacy has unparalleled depth with more than 20 levels and 70 quests. Developed and published by Outplay Entertainment, Monster Legacy is coming this March to the App Store.
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