Keeping track of the all the news in the mobile gaming world can feel like a full-time job. We should know, because it’s our job. We’ve rounded up the essential headlines of the week right here so that you don’t have to.
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Door Kickers, from developer KillHouse Games, is one of the best tactical action games to have come to mobile in the last few years. This eagerly awaited sequel trades strategy for action, without dispensing with stuff like cover and special abilities.
At long last, LEGO has gone gacha. This latest outing for the Danish behemoth sees you collecting LEGO figures from a range of different LEGO brands, including Ninjago, LEGO City, and Pirate, before pitting them against all sorts of enemies.
Asymmetrical multiplayer game Dead by Daylight is coming to mobile, and NetEase is publishing it. The game sees four players going up against one, the one being a murderer whom everybody else is trying to escape from.
Good news for fans of this long running MMORPG: Archaeology is coming, and with it five new locations to explore and a new story that dives into the history of the Elder Gods, who created the world. Archaeology will be a free skill.
Dota Underlords, Valve’s crack at the auto-chess genre, is finally out of early access. It’s first season of content is on the way, including a Battle Pass that features a ton of cosmetic content to covet and acquire.
Proving that it’s possible to name a game after an obscure 17th century theological argument, developer Tipsworks is aiming to release the Android version of its mobile Dark Souls-a-like in May. It’s already out on iOS if you want to get a sneak peek at what you’re in for.
You can never have enough dragons. This March Dragon Mania Legends is adding a handful more to its stable, including four new Ancient Metal Dragons and a new dragon of the month. Dragon Dice mode and Dragon Bingo Sheets are also making a return.
You know the Nothing in The Neverending Story? Well a similar phenomenon looms over mobile MMORPG Spiritwish, after developer Nexon announced the closure of its South Korean server on April 1st. The global server is unaffected, but for how long?