Gamevil announces five new mobile games for 2014


By Brandy Shaul Comment


At this year’s Game Developers Conference, mobile game company Gamevil announced its lineup of five new titles, all expected to launch in 2014. Four of the games are built with role-playing game (RPG) elements, while action is also a prominent theme. These games will join Gamevil’s catalog of hundreds of published titles, which have been downloaded more than 350 million times in total.

First is Zenonia Online, an action-RPG with multiplayer online features. Players will complete quests and boss raids with their party, and can compete in multiple player-vs-player modes in real time. The game will launch worldwide later in 2014.

Next is Dragon Blaze, a story-driven RPG that was previously released in Korea. There, the game has reached the No. 1 and No. 4 spots for top-grossing apps on iOS and Google Play, respectively. In Dragon Blaze, players can collect hundreds of heroes and compete in battles with up to three other players in real time. Dragon Blaze will have its global launch in Q3 2014.


The company’s Dungeon Link will launch in Q2 2014, and is a puzzle game built with the “depth and progression of an RPG.” In the game, players will connect tiles of matching colors in order to attack enemy characters. Players will collect heroes, each with their own strengths, and can build a team that matches their play-style.

Action-RPG Elements: Epic Heroes is scheduled for launch this summer. The game offers real-time battles and up to four-player cooperative gameplay. Players choose from a variety of heroes, and complete quests and dungeon raids to find treasures in the game’s large MMORPG world.

Finally, Mark of the Dragon is described as Gamevil’s “refreshing take” on the combat-strategy genre. Players will design their own city, build its defenses, recruit military units and head into battle. Unlike other similar titles, Mark of the Dragon will allow players to summon dragons during battle, with dragons being used to attack specific enemy structures. Players will breed and steal dragons to complete their collection. Mark of the Dragon is scheduled to launch this Summer.

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