MMO games can be great especially if you love diving into a game filled with lots to do and plenty of story to keep you occupied. They aren’t without their action and usually include lots of battles with various enemy types, bosses, and loads of group content to engage in like dungeons and raids. If you’re an MMO fan, or you’d like to be, here are 10 of the best MMO games out for Android right now, in no particular order of course.
Order and Chaos Online
Order and Chaos Online came out years ago as a mobile clone of World of Warcraft, and while it isn’t on par with it, for mobile it’s quite close and actually quite good. You’ll find everything here including dungeons, raids, massive amounts of quests, an auction house, guilds, PvP battles, multiple character classes and races, tons of loot and more set in a fantasy backdrop. If you want a good MMO on Android, this is a great place to start, and arguably it likely has the most content.
Stellacept Online comes from Asobimo, a company who has quite a few MMO games on Android and mobile, and this one takes on what looks like sort of a science fiction or space theme. IT features over 500 quests to complete with multiple character classes you can level up, plenty of large bosses, lots of gear and outfit customization which seems to be a big feature in Asobimo’s MMO’s. It also features real-time chat so you can converse with other players, because what would an MMO be without that. This MMO is also free as many of the games on this list are.
Arcane Legends is a great MMO for anyone who is focused more on the fun aspects of the game type. It isn’t going to feature the same level of graphics as some of the others, but it has plenty of quests, dungeons and epic boss fights, thousands of pieces of gear to loot, and tons of online interaction with other players including chat.
This is another MMO from Asobimo, this one though takes on a Ninja theme. At the moment there are over 100 storyline quests, multiple class types including a mage, assassin, cleric, and warrior, all of which you can level up and gain new abilities for, as well as equip them with new gear from loot drops.
Angel Stone is likely best represented as a hack and slash, action RPG MMO. It’s not a traditional MMO with 10 person dungeons and the like, but it does have tons of people online in the same world at any given time, and you can connect with them to complete dungeons as well as engage in chat. It features great 3D graphics and tons of skills to be obtained through player progression, loot drops, and loads of dungeons.
Goat Simulator MMO
If you liked the original Goat Simulator, then you’ll likely love the MMO version of the game. It features tons of quests to complete, a level cap to 101, bosses, loads of loot drops, in-game chat with other players, and five different class types including warrior, rogue, magician, hunter, and microwave.
This is a bit like Angel Stone in that gameplay is a lot like a hack and slash, but make no mistake this also fals under the MMO genre. There are tons of dungeons to go through some of which you can party up with other players to complete, PvP battles, tons of loot drops and a gear upgrade system, five character classes and lots of action, bosses, and content.
This is probably Asobimo’s most popular MMO with the most content available and likely the largest player base. Expect a full MMO experience here with large group dungeons, huge bosses, hundreds and hundreds of quests, multiple character class types with unique abilities, tons of customization of characters with different hair styles, outfits and gear/weapons, in-game chat, real-time PvP battles, auction houses and vendors, stunning 3D visuals and much more. This is another great place to start if you want a really good MMO experience on mobile.
Legion Of Heroes
Like a few other MMO’s on this list, Legion of Heroes has plenty of questing content to help you level up your character, but in setting itself a part the battles and combat are a little different and are set up as more of a tactical RPG type on a grid. It also features huge PvP conflicts of up to 45 players per side. You’ll also experience seasons and events at limited times, and it features some pretty good 3D visuals.
Order and Chaos II: Redemption
This is likely where you’ll find the best MMO experience on mobile, and as one would have it Order and Chaos II just launched this week. Dive in with five different classes to choose from, an insane amount of quests, a massive world map with tons of locations to explore, and sell stuff on the auction house to stock up on gold. Graphics here are probably the best of any on this list, and you can choose to engage in more of the PvE or PvP content depending on what suits your tastes more. In an effort to improve on the original Order and Chaos, Order and Chaos II lets you complete single player dungeons if you can’t find a party, and also features instant quests if you don’t have a lot of time. There’s also dungeons and expect some raiding content as well as guilds, and generally anything you’d find in an MMO.