orb3000 · Jul 25, 2011 at 09:00 pm

Parallel Kingdom AOT for Android

Parallel Kingdom is a real-time multi player location based role playing game for Android devices, presented by XDA member hateem. The game shows you a parallel universe that surrounds you. You will play on a Google Map at your actual location, using simple Zelda-style graphics. Parallel Kingdom shows the creatures lurking in your backyard and the mythical beasts that you pass everyday on your way to work.
Play with others that have discovered this portal to another dimension, chat and plan strategies in real time on how to conquer and claim this strange world. Featuring:

– Use GPS to place you in the game world at your real life location
– Hunt creatures and other players
– Claim land and grow your kingdom by building flags and houses
– Chat live with other players
– Easily visit other players around the world
– Trade resources, items, and gold

And much more. You can get it for free in the usual place, and please leave your feedback.

Originally posted by hateem
Say Hello to a new World.
There are few games on mobile that are insanely addictive. Parallel Kingdom AOT, is by far the most intriguing one I have come across. PK comes across as a MMORG, which uses the GPS on your phone to place you in your actual location in game.
The game starts you off as an explorer beginning his/her journey. As you continue your adventure, you level up, get upgraded weapons and armor, and slay monsters day in day out. You constantly play alongside other players, from throughout the world, teaming with them to form kingdoms, cities and alliances.
Parallel Kingdom uses Google Maps as the background, and makes use of GPS satellites to place you in your real life location. New updates including the satellite map feature lead to you actually getting the sense that you are enjoying a high seas adventure with your mates, or leading an expedition through the Sahara desert, or struggling through the Amazon forest, slaying any monsters that come you way.
The great thing about PK is that you continue in the same place you leave. So you don’t have to worry about getting back to where you log off. Perblue devs have managed to create an amazing game through almost a 3-year period.

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