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  • Summary: Arena of War, the first free-to-play Dungeons & Dragons game to come to mobile, is a thrilling 3D battle RPG that takes place in the famous Forgotten Realms. Battling alongside your trusted teammates, you will unlock great powers that can be upgraded and combined to your device. The Sundering, an historic event that will reshape both heaven and earth is underway and threatens the balance of power between the gods of good and evil.  As a proven fearless hero, you will be called upon as a champion to fight on behalf of good against the champions of evil and help set the balance of power before the Sundering is complete. Adventure out, but, beware the arena, it is as dynamic and deadly as the enemies within it. Key Features- FREE-TO-PLAY- Quest through the world of the Forgotten Realms- Battle with strategy and skill using touch-based attacks- Customize your warrior with hundreds of powers that can be upgraded and combined- Battle new archenemies every month for valuable rewards- Invite your friends and wage war on your enemiesArena of War is a Dungeons & Dragons battle RPG that is FREE-TO-PLAY! Learn more about the game and the people who make it at: Facebook.com/ArenaOfWarTwitter.com/DnDArenaOfWarwww.DnDArenaOfWar.com Collapse
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  1. Oct 18, 2013
    We're not sure the combat system is enough to keep you engaged with the Arena of War for a huge amount of time, but it is refreshingly different and you should definitely give the game a go. Even if you'll only be able to play in relatively short bursts, this is a great fantasy game, beautifully produced, and packed with plenty of depth if you have the patience or cash to go deeper.
  2. Oct 21, 2013
    Dungeons & Dragons: Arena of War can get repetitive after a few fights, and its freemium model kicks in once you use up your quest energy. But these are minor annoyances in an otherwise solid title.
  3. Oct 18, 2013
    Dungeons & Dragons: Arena of War puts players in a small area full of explosives where they'll battle it out against different types of monsters and bosses. Well, if they have enough energy.
  4. Oct 23, 2013
    D&D fans deserve better.
  5. Nov 15, 2013
    An average slingshot physics game spoiled by a pitiful fantasy veneer and an irritating freemium payment structure
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