If you’ve been mobile gaming for a long time and have been on a quest for the most Pokemon-like RPGs on the platform, then you’re no doubt familiar with ZigZaGame. The studio has been one of the most prolific in trying to capture the magic of a monster-catching RPG on mobile, with varying degrees of success. In 2012 they brought us Dragon Island Blue, a competent if uninspired monster-collecting affair. About a year later they followed up with the spiritual successor Hunter Island, which was a much more consistent and enjoyable effort. Then in late 2015 they took their most recent stab at the genre with Neo Monsters, which was a high quality game in many ways but suffered by not fully deciding if it was a full-blown free to play social RPG or a more linear Pokemon-like. Now more than 3 years removed from that release ZigZaGame is back with another new monster-collecting RPG called Evertale.
You play as a Crestbearer, which is basically a Pokémon trainer. The world of Erden is currently suffering from a curse known as Pandemonium, and only the Crestbearers can stop it.That’s a basic summary of the story, which is solidly written and told if a little full of clichés. Still, it’s enough to send you packing on an adventure across the world of Erden.The core gameplay is basically a combination of Pokémon and Final Fantasy. You’ll begin with a single sword-wielding party member, but will soon fill out your team with monsters and other warriors. If you run out of Evertale Soul Stone, you can come to Mmocs.com for Cheap Top Up Evertale Soul Stone. With a coupon code “MMOCSVIP”, you can enjoy 3% off.
Lastly, take note of each character’s skills most especially how each will be beneficial for the entire team in battle. Some characters and monsters that have fairly similar skill effects can complement one another while others more or less fit certain roles in traditional RPGs with their skills and attributes. As an example, characters and monsters that put poison status on an enemy and unleash subsequent skills that deal great damage to poisoned opponents may work well on their own. However, using them in tandem or groups may boost their overall effectiveness as you will no longer need to wait a full turn to maximize damage on a poisoned opponent. Likewise, several characters possess AoE damage which are crucial for full team enemies. As these characters and monsters tend to be a little more brittle than their peers, it’s always a good idea to partner them up with team members that can defend their teammates and flip their own health when it becomes critical.