Bit Heroes

Bit Heroes

Kongregate has given us some really interesting titles over the last couple of years, both through their official website and on mobile. Bit Heroes is their first major stab at bringing a social MMORPG to life after a slew of other genre types, and Juppiomenz has done an excellent job producing a workable model for mobile.

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Dragon Age Legends

DALegends

Fresh from their success on the original ‘Dragon Age: Origins’, BioWare pushed immediately into production on ‘Dragon Age II’, turning the game around on an impossibly fast schedule and releasing to mixed reviews. It was a pleasant surprise then that they also found time to repeat the success of ‘Dragon Age Journeys’ with a companion flash game released through Facebook.

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Dragon Age: Journeys

DAJourneys

Developed by EA to promote the release of ‘Dragon Age: Origins’, this Flash based browser game allowed players to learn about details of the world setting and experience some elements of the big-budget title for free in the months leading up to its release.

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Elements

Elements

I’m deeply thankful to Elements for finally testing out an adventure mode because it allows me to legitimately write about one of my favourite games without having to bend the ‘RPGs only’ rule here at My Boxed Universe. Not that I intend to allow my personal experiences with this title sway me, this will be a fair and balanced review.

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Conclave

Conclave

Conclave is as close to the tabletop experience as it’s possible to get through an in-browser game. Whilst other games such as ‘Card Hunter’ have distilled the typical gamer’s experience, Conclave has managed to effectively produce a tabletop game that multiple players can enjoy through a tablet, mobile phone or desktop computer.

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