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The game combines all the benefits of a player-friendly mobile game including convenience, multiple platforms (iOS & Android) and direct interactions with the game through touch based commands.  Its high graphical quality and fluent animation puts it a cut above other mobile MMOs which are usually made in 2D with only a few attempts at 3D. Also, it boldly challenges the limits of a mobile device by allowing the servers to give an immediate response and action. In short, multiple mobile players can move around the map and fight monsters simultaneously like a true MMO game.
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