<p>It's been in soft launch for a fair while, but the eagerly awaited sequel, Hero Academy 2, is finally available on iOS and Android.<p>It's official. Hero Academy 2 is available worldwide!Download now on the platform of your choice: https://t.co/jChVlFmmCU pic.twitter.com/pZ0qqaG7Ji— Hero Academy (@HeroAcademy) January 16, 2018 Fans of the series, or fans of real-time PvPs, get your devices ready as the award-winning franchise returns with a bigger, better adventure. If you need a game with rich, tactical combat in your life this is the one for you.</p><p>Create an army of your own, mixing up whatever medieval characters/factions you fancy, and take on your opponents on the battlefield. Combing movement-based tactical combat and deck building, there's no need to stick to the same strategy time and time again.</p><p>Whether you're keen to play solo or against other players, you can grab Hero Academy 2 free-to-play on the App Store or Google Play now.</p><p>If you want to see what iOS/Android titles are still in soft launch, check out our handy list right here. </p><p>
Swords are the central part of the game named Swordigo, and the primary mission will take you towards the final reward of the game, which is also a sword named The Mageblade. It’s an exceptional sword and also the most complicated sword to create. Yeah, The entire game story is based on this sword, and you’ll have to find all the pieces of Mageblade to build it back in the last moments of the game.<p>Alas, the moment where we say goodbye to Miitomo is almost upon us as Ninty's set to pull the plug on May 9th this year.</p><p>It's been rumoured and talked about for a while, but now we've got a genuine death-date it feels much more real. As reported by the Wall Street Journal, Nintendo's making the choice to end its smartphone app because 'it failed to attract enough players'.</p><p>While we knew this day would eventually come, it's also rather reminiscent of Pokemon GO's recent news to scrap support for older iPhones. For those who used the app, and who put money into the app unlocking outfits and the like, will no longer be able to play it once it's deceased.</p><p>As it says in its official notice, "You will no longer be able to use items you've obtained in the app, such as clothing items, wallpapers, or posters." Your Mii can be transferred over to your Nintendo Account but it'll have nothing besides its appearance. Any photos, messages, sidekick Miis - basically anything to do with the game - will be deleted.</p><p>The app has already started its slow shut-down as you can no longer purchase Miitomo Coins thanks to its most recent update. But, just so things aren't too bitter, you do have daily log-in bonuses from now until May where you can get coins and game tickets. These can be used with Miitomo Drop and the Miitomo shop and... will be totally irrelevant in a few months.</p><p>Are any of you guys long-term fans of the game? Are you sad that it's going? Let us know in the comments below.</p>
To every place at once, and nowhere fixed,
As compound love to physic your cold breast.
And now to tempt all liberty procured.
Whose white weighs down the airy scale of praise;<p>
1. GOD MODE
2. DUMB ENEMY
3. NO ADS