Parallel Kingdom MMO


    Parallel Kingdom MMO's review

    Published: 2011-12-14, by .

    Parallel Kingdom merges game and reality to become a based-location role-game

    • Tutorial
    • Both web and Android version
    • New game concept
    • Graphics
    • Difficult to get the hang of it
    • Boring if you're the only player in your district
    • Free for a limited time

    "When game met reality"

    Parallel Kingdom is a new game concept: instead of placing you in a virtual fantastic World, it uses real locations to create an adventure game. This way, you can play in real time with other players, on a real map of your district.

    How does it work? First, sign up on the web version or from your Android. Create your own character (there aren't too many editing options so far, since what you will see is just a face on the map), set your location, follow the guide and start playing. Lots of virtuals monsters, animals, caves, buildings will appear over your district, surrounding your virtual character. You will have to fight, build, collect items, trade and expand your empire through war or diplomacy.

    The added value of this game is that all that territories that you're dominating are your real district, your village or city. Do it you your best and you will expand over new territories. However, be careful: if there are other PK players on your territory, they won't let you control everything. You will have to struggle.

    The best of PK is the idea which is quite original, as well as the tutorial and the amount of things you can perform. The worst, it's difficult to get the hang of it, it gets boring if nobody is playing PK in your city and the graphics could be certainly improved. Anyway, we recommend to give this a go for those who like playing role-like games.

    Don't forget that PerBlue (its developers) has also launched PK for other platforms and you can even play it on your browser. The game is free just for a limited time.

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    by Manu , Appszoom

    Dec 14, 2011

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