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Pokemon-Like Little Masters Finally Hitting The App Store Tomorrow


It's nearly here!
It's nearly here!

Remember Little Masters? Of course you do — it’s the hugely promising Pokemon clone we told you about back in July that’s coming to iOS. Well, after a lengthy wait for App Store approval, the game is finally coming to the App Store tomorrow, September 6.

The app’s developers told readers over at the TouchArcade forum:

Good news! If everything goes well, the game will be available on the App Store Internationally on next Thursday! (6th, Sept).

See you all in game!

I don’t like referring to Little Masters as a Pokemon “clone,” because it is its own game. Also, the word “clone” suggests that this game is a knockoff that simply steals the hard work of another developer, when it’s far from that. But it’s shaping up to be so similar to the Nintendo classic that that’s the best way to describe it.

It’s nearly here!

We all want a Pokemon like game for iOS, and we know Nintendo’s never going to bring the actual game to the App Store. So this is the next best thing — as you can see from the screens above.

The freemium title features a “large number of monsters to capture and train,” all of which boast different skills and abilities and later evolve to become even more powerful. As you put together your team, you can use them to battle against your friends, or against other random users over the Internet.

As expected from a freemium title, there will be in-app purchases in Little Masters. But its developers insist that these “will be optional and will not make you stronger.”

Look out for Little Masters in the App Store tomorrow.

Source: TouchArcade


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