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Little Empire: Location Based MMO for Android
MMO’s are by far some of the most popular games around. The ability to continually upgrade and quest against both the system and other users is an allure few have been able to resist. Capitalizing on this is XDA Senior Member TheOneBD, with his latest creation Little Empire. According to TheOneBD the game features:
-No more boring text-based battles and fully experience the thrill of combat.
-Command your hero to use spells and special abilities to crush oncoming enemies.
-A top-class arena that brings players world-wide in close contact with each other.
-Snatch resources, enslave players and arena showdowns.
-Dozens of 3D buildings and combat units, more than a hundred missions, countless equipment and skill combination.
-A flawless LBS integration that brings the game onto the real world. Careful, your enemy could be right next door!
-The game play is limitless as you and your friends battle towards the very top.
So there you have it folks, a real-time strategy, tower defense, location based MMO hybrid for Android that is sure to delight for hours. What are you waiting for? Go here and get it.
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