10 best Android MMORPGs

Dungeon Hunter 5 best android MMORPGs
MMORPGs are funny things. They have the ability to put you in a vast world filled with thousands of other people and you can play them almost infinitely without reaching the end. Their following is huge and vastly loyal which made creating a list of the best Android MMORPGs very difficult since experiences can vary so greatly. However, we think we have a solid list here and if we missed any, feel more than free to leave your suggestions in the comments below! Please note, all of these games have in-app purchases that allow you to get better equipment and special items. If you’re averse to pay-to-win, please be aware that there are few (if any) subscription model based MMORPGs like World of Warcraft for mobile, yet.


Arcane Legends best Android MMORPGsArcane Legends

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Arcane Legends is an older MMORPG that has been very good at staying relevant despite its age. The game is pretty standard at its core. You’ll have three classes to choose from, each with their own unique set of skills and abilities. There is co-op play as well as PvP modes so you can play and engage with other players as well as various PvP game types to keep things interesting. The developers have done a good job of updating the game to keep content fresh and there are a ton of things to do.
Get it now on Google Play!


avabel online best android MMORPGsAvabel Online

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Avabel Online is another MMORPG that has been around a while and, as such, has amassed quite the maturity level. Much like Arcane Legends, the developers have been consistently adding content over the years and there is a ton of stuff for players to do. You can build and develop characters as well as engage with co-op and PvP modes. The big thing that Avabel can do is engage players in massive 1000-player battles that can get quite ridiculous. There are a lot of elements to this game and most people seem to really enjoy it as a whole.
Get it now on Google Play!


Brave Trials best Android MMORPGsBrave Trials

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Brave Trials was originally a reader-submitted suggestion and it turned out to be one of our favorite MMORPGs. You create and develop a character with a variety of upgrade paths to make them act and battle how you want. Much like others, the developers have consistently added in new content to keep things fresh and that gives newcomers a ton of stuff to do. There are also a variety of game play modes, including quests, PvP, Party Trials, and more. The graphics are a little more cartoon-like than most, but they’re still quite enjoyable.
Get it now on Google Play!


celtic heroes best android MMORPGsCeltic Heroes

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Celtic Heroes is an MMORPG with a Celtic theme (obviously) which gives it a bit of a different flavor than the predominately fantasy-based games that are on this list. It has a lot of the same elements, including a campaign mode, quests, guilds (clans), tons of skills to learn and loot to gain, and the all-important PvP. There is also a trade system so you can give and get equipment from other players which isn’t as common as you’d think. It’s a solid game overall.
Get it now on Google Play!


dungeon hunter 5 best android MMORPGsDungeon Hunter 5

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Dungeon Hunter 5 is the latest in what is arguably the most popular MMORPG franchise on mobile. Since it is so new, it hasn’t had the chance to mature as much as others but we expect more content and bug fixes to come over time. Otherwise, it’s essentially what you’d expect out of an MMO. There is a single player campaign, co-op mode, and PvP as normal. The game also includes a fairly in-depth crafting system, a special emphasis on elements, and daily/weekly events for players to attend.
Get it now on Google Play!



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Eternity Warriors 4 best Android MMORPGsEternity Warriors 4

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Eternity Warriors follows Dungeon Hunter as among the most popular MMORPG franchises available on mobile right now. This one has a larger focus on single player campaign which is great if you want something like an MMORPG, but not quite as social. That said, there are guilds you can join, PvP battles to be had, and more. The developers promise new events each week to keep things fresh and updates have already begun adding in new, permanent content, character classes, and more.
Get it now on Google Play!


forsaken world best Android MMORPGsForsaken World

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Forsaken World is another newer MMORPG and this one is still rebounding from a rough start. In terms of game play, it’s your standard MMORPG with single player campaign, PvP, and co-op modes and there are plenty of quests and missions to go through and enjoy. With this title, you can also capture and train mounts to help make travel less tedious which is good news since the game uses an open world concept. It’s pretty decent and should get better as time goes and they iron out the experience a little more.
Get it now on Google Play!


order and chaos 2 best android mmorpgsOrder and Chaos Online 2

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Order and Chaos 2 Online is the sequel to the intensely popular Order and Chaos Online game that a lot of people loved. This new game uses an open world concept, thousands of quests and missions to embark on, and its own crafting system to help improve your equipment. You can choose between five races and then between five classes which is more than a lot of games allow and it has all of the standard MMORPG features like PvP, co-op, and more. It is a newer game which means there are a few bugs, but the developer updates have been frequent and things are starting to look really good.
Get it now on Google Play!


toram online best android MMORPGsToram Online

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Toram Online is another one of the more obscure MMORPG titles, comparatively speaking and this one is rather unique. There isn’t a class system and character development is left solely up to each individual player by using the game’s skill system. Add to that the ability to customize your weapon abilities and this is one of the more customizable MMORPGs that we’ve seen. The graphics and game play give it a Final Fantasy (jRPG) feeling and comes with a campaign mode that can be played with other people (co-op). It’s a unique title and something a little different.
Get it now on Google Play!


warspear online best android MMORPGsWarspear Online

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Warspear Online is last, but certainly not least on our list. It’s been around for a while so it’s had a chance to round out the rough edges. Players can start by picking one of four races in two alliances and then choose from one of 12 classes to play with. The game includes over 1500 missions and quests along with more than 150 achievements, crafting abilities, PvP battles that can go from two on two to five on five, and a lot more. It’s a solid experience and one worth trying out.
Get it now on Google Play!


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By | 2016-02-03T01:00:12+00:00 February 3rd, 2016|Android Related, Just the Tablets|0 Comments

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