Battle through the 'Towers of Everland' in Apple Arcade’s new RPG

Battle through the Towers of Everland in Apple Arcade’s new RPG


Towers of Everland hit Apple Arcade on Friday. Hit back.
Towers of Everland fulfills your sword-and-sorcery game needs.
Photo: Cobra Mobile/Apple

Towers of Everland offers all the traditional RPG elements: battling, fighting and combat. And Friday’s addition to Apple Arcade includes magic spells, quests to complete, levels to explore, monsters to slay… everything one could want in a role-playing game.

Cobra Mobile, the developer, says “Welcome to the Towers of Everland, where exploration, combat and RPG elements merge to create an amazing experience that delivers true adventure with an unfolding journey that will keep you coming back for more!“

Do you have what it takes to conquer the Towers of Everland?

Players can choose to be a powerful Stone Golem, a dexterous Rogue, an intelligent Mage, or a balanced City Guard. And the the goal is conquer the Towers and defeat hordes of fiendish monsters.

As with other RPGs, winning involves collecting armor and weapons. And some of these will need to be crafted. Plus there’s gold and other loot to be found.

Towers of Everland is a single-player game for ages 9 and up. It’s for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. It supports PlayStation DualShock 4, MFi and some Xbox Wireless controllers.

Hit Apple Arcade today

Towers of Everland debuted Friday, May 22 on Apple Arcade, a subscription gaming service. While this costs $4.99 a month, it comes with over 100 other games. And there are no other costs because Apple bans ads, in-app purchases and loot boxes.

Another traditional RPG included with the subscription is Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm


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