Hit Roguelike Mobile MMORPG adds Guild Boss Challenge and auto-battle AI enhancements
Developer Viper Game has announced the release of Update 1.5 for its mobile MMORPG, Heroes Quest: Magic and Dragons. Update 1.5 adds two new major features, Guild Boss Challenge and customizable AI settings for auto battles, as well as various minor tweaks including balance adjustments for some hero characters.
Nearly 100,000 players have joined Heroes Quest since its initial launch in July 2016, with the game garnering many positive reviews and ratings on the iTunes App Store and Google Play.
“When I was a child I used to play dungeon and dragons and this was the way I expected it once it went digital. It takes me back to those days! Thanks.”
– App Store user
“Loving the game. The combination of RPG and strategy is perfect and very fun. I also love how much customization and upgrades there are.”
– Google Play user
About Heroes Quest: Magic and Dragons
Heroes Quest: Magic and Dragons is a free-to-play mobile game available through the Apple App Store and Google Play for iOS and Android devices.
Enter Arun, a fantasy world of swords and magic, and embark on an epic adventure to fulfill the quest of the Prophecy. Players recruit and collect over 40 unique heroes ranging from humans, dwarves, elves, goblins, werewolves, and even defected demons to battle powerful foes from the Abyss. Heroes Quest’sclassic Roguelike RPG gameplay features hundreds of challenging maps to explore, numerous equipment and items to acquire, and strategically challenging boss battles.
New Update 1.5 Features
Guild Boss Challenge: Players are now able to challenge bosses in the Guild mode’s Demonic Prison. Defeating bosses unlocks challenge rewards.
Manageable Auto-Battle AI Settings: Players can now customize the order and condition of casting energy skills while using auto battle and defending. Up to six skill slots can be set up for a team with heroes casting the skill only when enough energy points have accrued.
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