Haypi Monster: The Lost Tower's First 2014 Update
Haypi Co., Ltd. has released a new update Version 1.2 of their well-received MMORPG, Haypi Monster: The Lost Tower for iOS. Version 1.2 has optimized the application and further improved players' gaming experience. Several new features have also
January 14, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Haypi Co., Ltd. has released a new update Version 1.2 of their well-received MMORPG, Haypi Monster: The Lost Tower for iOS.
Version 1.2 has optimized the application and further improved players' gaming experience. Several new features have also been introduced:
In this update, trainers can bet on monsters' stats to make them stronger and upgrade certain skills for better effectiveness. Other than that, the monster upgrade feature allows trainers to have higher stat caps and skill level caps which can then work together with the Stat Bet and Skill Upgrade.
Also, the restriction of items has been removed so players are able to loot more alternative items through the expert mode of Sealed Space-8. And the encyclopedia has become thicker with Arctica's page being added.
Tons of monster trainers just celebrated their Christmas and New Year with Haypi through different activities which included a holiday login present, double prestige, and purchase treats. During the holiday, Snowman Coolie, a monster specially designed for X'mas was able to be obtained through egg-crackin' and trainers were temporarily more likely to encounter their wanted slimes and legendary monsters through challenge.
The joy of the holiday still resonates the community, now trainers can be anticipating for another new update.Sources have confirmed that the team has been burning the midnight oil so as NOT to have monster fans counting down the days.
We have reasons to believe that in the near future there ought to be some news coming.
Haypi Monster: The Lost Tower has made its debut in late October, 2013. It is an EDU spin on the Pokemon theme. There are over two hundred monsters to be captured and tamed. The Lost Tower for iOS is completely free for download from the AppStore and offers in-app purchases.
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