Pocket Legends: It's a Great Big World in here!
"Pocket Legends" is a ground-breaking and unique Mobile MMORPG, or ‘massively-multiplayer online role-playing game’ where you can join thousands of players from around the world. Play with your friends and make newPocket Legends: It's a Great Big World in here!
"Pocket Legends" is a ground-breaking and unique Mobile MMORPG, or ‘massively-multiplayer online role-playing game’ where you can join thousands of players from around the world. Play with your friends and make new friends online. Cooperate to undertake wild adventures in endless dungeon campaigns! Play with anyone, anywhere, anytime!
What the critics are saying:
Touch Arcade: "Spacetime Studios' Pocket Legends has been the talk of the town since the iPad client was first released..."
Gamasutra: "Pocket Legends is treading on new ground for Apple's mobile platforms. It's a real-time 3D MMO that is not based on an existing IP, and released simultaneously for iPhone and the just-launched iPad."
Pocket Gamer: "Pocket Legends breaks open a genre on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad that has been the ambition for developers and gamers since the App Store first appeared."
TouchGen: "This is a full on 3D MMORPG, with all the stops pulled. It looks awesome, and plays just as well."
No dPad: "Pocket Legends for iPad definitely proves that the iPad can handle much higher graphics and animations, and the screenshots alone had me wowing and my eyes popping."
Slide-to-Play:"One of the more intriguing iPad launch titles has been Pocket Legends, a 3D MMORPG that aims to become Apple's World of Warcraft."
Ten Ton Hammer: "MMMOGs (Mobile Massively Multiplayer Online Games) are coming to the iPhone and iPad in the form of Pocket Legends, developed by Spacetime Studios."
GamePro: "This is the real deal, it seems - with 3D visuals, and a layered combat system just like a "real" MMO."
Massively: "While there have been many attempts at reproducing the MMORPG experience on Apple's incredibly popular iPhone and iTouch devices, the limitations in technology and connection speed have kept these applications from hitting the big time. Spacetime Studios hopes to change all that."
PC Gamer: "There are a number of things that make Spacetime Studios' MMO Pocket Legends stand out from the rest of the iPad games... to top it all off, the game is actually quite enjoyable."
NOTE: You MUST have a connection to the internet to play. If you're having trouble connecting, try disabling/reenabling WiFi, or start Safari and try to navigate to a webpage before launching the application. If you are still having trouble connecting, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with details.
Once upon a time, the Elf Queen of Alterra called upon animal heroes from every corner of the realm to take arms and save the kingdom from the forces of evil. With zombies spilling out of their tombs, treacherous mercenaries running amok in the castle, yetis stinking up the ice caves, demons, giant skeletons and crabby crocodiles… it’ll be no easy task!
Become a part of this unique animal fantasy epic! Assume the role of a powerful bear-like Ursan Warrior, master of all bladed weapons. Follow the path of the mystical Elf Enchantress, able to command all of nature’s great and terrible power. Or become an Avian Archer, an agile hunter and marksman, expert with the bow.
"Pocket Legends" requires wireless, Edge, or 3G connection and an iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 2nd Generation (or later) with iPhone OS v3.0 (or later).
- 3D real-time persistent iPhone MMO
- Plays across all devices (2g, 3g, 3gs, touch)
- Worldwide multiplayer adventures over Edge, WiFi, and 3G networks
- Client/server architecture supports thousands of players
- Upgrade and customize your avatar
- Thousands of loot items
- Dozens of skills
- Regular content updates
Languages: English… Collapse
Feb 28, 2011That so much fits inside an iPhone, and that so much can be streamed over 3G and Edge, is unquestionably impressive. Pocket Legends is a multiplayer hackandslash RPG on a phone: that is pretty bloody cool. Unfortunately, it's revealed as just the dry-boned skeleton of an interesting game once you're past the initial wonder of how much is happening on your tiny screen.