Pocket Legends developer releases new Android MMO Dark Legends

Plus, nab an exclusive item for reading Pocket Gamer

Pocket Legends developer releases new Android MMO Dark Legends
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The developer behind popular mobile MMOs Pocket Legends and Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles has just launched a third title, Dark Legends, simultaneously on Google Play and the Chrome Web Store.

Spacetime Studios's Dark Legends, which is exclusively available on Android for a two-week period, takes place in a world where humans are fully aware that vampires exist. Taking on the role of one of these bloodsuckers, you have to battle against waves of well-armed thugs, groups of the undead, werewolves, and a range of other nasties.

You'll experience exactly the same game, regardless of whether you play it on your Android-powered smartphone or tablet, your Mac, or your PC.

"Google Play and the Chrome Web Store allow us to upload and update our online, multiplayer games instantly. Their immediate and unified environment fits perfectly with Spacetime's ability to push global content to our suite of games on-the-fly across mobile and desktop," Gary Gattis, CEO of Spacetime Studios, said.

Dark Legends [download] will be available on iOS following its two-week exclusive period on Android.

Exclusive Item

Good news, folks: if you're playing Dark Legends, you can unlock an exclusive weapon inside the game just for being a reader of Pocket Gamer.

To do this, simply fire up the app and log in to your account (create one if you're new to the MMO). From there, play through the game's tutorial actions and missions and pay a visit to the Spacetime Nexus. Next, navigate to the 'offers' tab and locate the option to enter a promo code.

Enter pocketgamer20120410 and a special The Butchers weapon will appear in your inventory.

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Anthony Usher
Anthony Usher
Having flirted with a career in Forensic Science, Anthony left university to pursue other interests. These mostly consisted of video games which he has been fond of ever since popping Super Mario World into his SNES. Numerous gaming platforms and endless hours of button bashing have passed following that moment, with iOS taking the crown as his current favourite.