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Wizard Legend: Fighting Master is now available for iOS following its release for Android in December

Play as a wizard battling against mutated desserts

Wizard Legend: Fighting Master is now available for iOS following its release for Android in December

Wizard Legends: Fighting Master, the casual roguelike action game from Loongcheer Games and Greybeard Studio is now available for iOS. The game initially launched in late December for Android when it became available through Early Access.

Since releasing late last year, the game has been updated to introduce a host of new content, which is available on launch for iOS. This includes a Hard mode alongside a new Elf Skill, artifact, cloaks, books, enemies and map. Naturally, some bugs have also been squashed too.

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If you're unfamiliar with Wizard Legends: Fighting Masters, it's a roguelike action game where you'll play as a wizard fighting against a horde of mutated desserts. This formerly delicious treats where turned hostile by the Dessert Company and it's up to you to find out why they've done this as well as putting a stop to their evil machinations.

Throughout each run, you'll be able to collect spells as you progress, with over 50 magical skills to choose from. However, you can only have a limited number equipped at one time so you'll need to decide what's best for your current build at times and decide which spells to leave behind.

Beyond magical powers, you will also be able to acquire powerful Artifacts. There are over 100 of these in total and each brings a different function that can change your build accordingly. With such a wide away of spells and artifacts to choose from it certainly seems like there could be a lot of variety in each playthrough.

Wizard Legend: Fighting Master is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

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Stephen Gregson-Wood
Stephen Gregson-Wood
Stephen brings both a love of games and a very formal-sounding journalism qualification to the Pocket Gamer team.