Technically, the crafting/exploration/fighting game Deepworld, from TriplePoint client Bytebin, has had a mobile version for a little while, if you consider your iPad to be a mobile device. The jury may still be out on that last point, but Bytebin has decreed that their game is now truly mobile, thanks to the release of an iPhone-specific build of Deepworld. Now the MMO and all of its cavernous treachery are yours to explore anywhere, all the time, forever. Forever.
From the press release:
Deepworld is a massively multiplayer 2D crafting game set in a post-apocalyptic steampunk wasteland. Players can venture through mountains and ruined cities, delve into mazelike caves and underground bunkers, and scour for resources while fending off harrowing creatures of the deep. With a robust crafting and inventory system, Deepworld allows players to create hundreds of tools, building materials, decorations, and mechanical contraptions. Players can collaborate and trade with each other in thriving user-created cities and settlements—or they can settle in their own private worlds, available as in-app purchases. Deepworld’s persistent online universe allows players to jump into the game at any time, from any compatible device with an Internet connection, and continue playing from where they left off.
I would close with some pun about how deep that is, but I don’t want to dig myself into a hole. Ohhhh, snap
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