orb3000 · Jul 14, 2011 at 03:00 pm

ZENONIA 3 in English – Android

Good news for the gamers out there, XDA member phoezies informed us about ZENONIA 3. This game features real time combat and exploration and the main character, Chael, is controlled through use of an on-screen d-pad. There are many side quests that the player can choose to complete in order to further explore the world.
ZENONIA 3 includes 227 unique maps of Migard, 136 quests of action-packed adventure, and the option to acquire and show off 48 Game Center achievements plus 47 in-game titles with special effects amongst many more features.

You can grab it for free in the market. Please do not forget to let us know how it´s working on your device.

Originally posted by phoezies
Long awaited ZENONIA 3 (English) is here
ZENONIA 3 v1.0.1
Requirements: Android 1.6+
Overview: ZENONIA® 3: The Midgard Story, Dynamic
OUT WITH THE OLD, IN WITH THE NEW
No more weight or hunger system. New slot-based inventory management and easier item combining.
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IMPROVED FEATURES

DYNAMIC CHARACTER CUSTOMIZATION
184 weapons, 120 helmets, 120 armors, 100 gauntlets and 100 footwear for maximum character customization.

THREE DIFFERENT MODES WITH PVP ARENA
Normal, Hard and Hell Mode plus an asynchronous online PvP arena to challenge friends.

GREATER RPG EXPERIENCE
Over 200 intelligent monsters, intuitive Fairy synchronization and more mini-puzzles to master.

INTRIGUING EPIC STORYLINE
An immersive new tale from the world of ZENONIA. What has happened to Regret? Who is Chael? What lies in Midgard?…

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