Over the years, we’ve had ample opportunity to test the waters in all kinds of video game genres—especially within the mobile realm. With that in mind, we have yet to find anything that truly holds our interest quite like a good massively multiplayer online roleplaying game. That’s a mouthful, so we’ll just say MMO from here out.
And if you’re looking for a new one to enjoy on the Android platform, we can hardly recommend any title over Seed 4, from TheAppsGames. The highly anticipated release in the Seed series comes with even more equipment, new areas, and a whole lot of social interaction for you to enjoy.
If that sounds like something you’d be interested in, head on below the break for more info!
Concept and Gameplay
The core idea behind Seed 4 is pretty simple, when you break it down: You’ll create a character of your choosing with your RPG-style preferences. Then, you’ll level that character up by fighting opponents, earning experience points, and gaining new gear. All of this make your toon (that’s your avatar in cool-kid speak) more potent and hopefully more fun to play.
However, there’s a social aspect that’s included here, one that Seed 4 wants you to spend a lot of time with. The game has been designed from the ground up to allow you to chat with friends, meet new ones, and even join a guild. The latter makes leveling easier, and also takes some of the edge off needing resources or assistance.
All in all, if you’ve played any form of MMO before, you will know what’s available here. There’s lots of conflict to smash your way through, a metaphorical ton of weapons to collect, and an infinite number of hours one could spend playing. All of these bode well for an app in the massively multiplayer genre, and Seed 4 comes away shining for it.
Design and Interface
It also happens to help Seed 4’s case that it looks damn good. The artwork here is reminiscent of old Final Fantasy games, which is hardly a break of pace for the series. That being said, it’s certainly a stunning round of hand-crafted cards.
We should mention that the combat here is more akin to a battle card game than it is World of Warcraft. This isn’t a bad thing, but when we talk about graphics, we are more or less talking about traditional art. If you’re looking for a live-action title, you might be better served elsewhere.
What else is there to love about Seed 4? Well, for starters it is completely free. You’ll get a gigantic return on your investment here in terms of play value, not to mention the fact that the series is obviously well-maintained.
Yes, we expect lots more solid content and gameplay from Seed 4, and if you need a new MMORPG to play on the Android platform, this should be your first stop.
SEED 4 requires Android 2.3 and up. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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What do YOU think? We’d love to hear your comments, try it and let us know!