Korean mobile games aren't as popular as BTS or K-dramas internationally not because they are lacking in quality, but because they are not as well publicized compared to American or Japanese games. Heck, even the Philippines has a very witty game developer which is Tatay Games, but it has not gone mainstream yet.
Korean Mobile Games You Should Check Out
An open-world MMORPG in the vein of Diablo and DOTA, players can choose from a variety of classes (mostly elves and humans) and skills then duke it out with each other. The popularity of Lineage has only been eclipsed by its sequel, Lineage 2M.
Lineage 2: Revolution is actually a spin-off but it is also in the same format nonetheless.
The game itself is quite large as you would need almost 6 GB of free space for the main file alone. It can also be emulated via PC and since it has quality graphics, your phone specs need to be good to be able to play this without frame drop or lag.
The English patch was made available around 11 months ago so non-Korean players don't have to play a guessing game when it comes to controls and the storyline.
The game features an auto-battle mode as well as a teleportation function so you can automatically get to quest areas.
These games are developed by NCSoft, also responsible for Guild Wars as well as Blade and Soul.
Nope, V from BTS has nothing to do with this, but like the national treasure K-pop group, this game also has high-end visuals that would need a phone with a strong graphics card.
Published by Nexon and developed by Nat Games, the mobile MMORPG is considered cross-platform as it can also be played on iOS as well as on PC.
The game has a normal mode, a quarter mode, and a free mode. It also featured inter-server communication so that guild leaders could actually get their members from other servers and coordinate attacks without any problem.
You slay monsters, other players, collect treasure, complete quests, and upgrade your arsenal in this game.
The mobile phone counterpart of the immensely popular PC game Black Desert Online, you get to choose from 5 classes: Ranger, Witch, Warrior, Valkyrie, and Giant.
Recently they introduced a new content called Battlefield of the Sun which is unlockable after completing the Crimson Winds of the Desert Quest, available after reaching 7000cp.
This arena-type feature is open to players on Mondays and Thursdays, 20:00-21:00 KST, and Saturdays and Sundays 18:00-19:00 KST. The Ramoness mode will be disabled while Battlefield of the Sun is active.
Gamers will be divided into two teams based on CP and there will be a commander assigned for each team. The one who gains 35,000 contribution points will be given the title of Supreme Commander.
Pearl Abyss which was founded in 2010 is responsible for developing and publishing the game.
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