MapleStory is often a long-lived side-scrolling MMORPG from Nexon. The term “long lived” just isn't being used lightly here, either. MapleStory is alive and rather effectively since 2003. And its audience is only going to expand when Pocket MapleStory launches worldwide for mobile platforms.
According to your press release provided by Nexon earlier this week, Pocket MapleStory plays identically to its PC parent. That means you are able to gather MapleStory 2 Mesos up a squad of heroes, develop your battle skills, and play through over 1500 quests placed in a jolly universe full of monsters, dragons, and adventure. There’s also online multiplayer with network party play, the first for mobile MapleStory.
Many MMORPGs currently on mobile trend towards a hyper-realistic art style and grim stories involving demons and blood and conquest. If you’re tired in the grim and grey offerings on parade, maybe you should consider cleansing yourself in Pocket MapleStory’s super-deformed forge for any little while.
If you’re in Australia, Denmark, Finland, Norway, or Sweden, you'll be able to download a soft-launch version of Pocket MapleStory on Google Play. A worldwide launch needs to be happening soon on iOS and Android. By the way, if you are interested to buy cheap MS 2 Mesos, stay tuned for more at mmoah.
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