ARK: Survival Evolved
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Developer: Studio Wildcard
Content Rating: Teen
Dive into the ultimate mobile dino-adventure with ARK: Survival Evolved! A massive game world combines with 80+ unique dinosaurs and primal creatures for you to capture and tame - making for a survival experience bar-none. Meet up with other players and friends in this Jurassic-era world, to form tribes and work together to build colonies of survivors. Based on the genre-defining adventure from PC and consoles, ARK: Survival Evolved challenges you to survive and thrive on a mysterious island, where you start out alone and unarmed. Gather resources and craft tools to build shelter and hunt. Expand your domain while capturing and taming dinosaurs to do your bidding. Make new friends online, form tribes, and build mighty structures to defend against man and mega-predators alike!
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ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile is one of those mobile titles that you really want to spend time on. This is a game that pretty much distances previously developed titles for better and worse. The game is something that ARK fans would enjoy as long as their phones can play it, or it can be a good starting point if you want to introduce the world of ARK to new players.
However, it is not a perfect fit and fails to replace Crashlands as mobile survival game of choice. Ark has its merits, chief among them being the fancy 3D graphics, well-executed cooperative gameplay and an intriguing plot that involves everyone’s childhood favourite – dinosaurs. Yet, for the less persistent, even the stupendous prospect of riding a giant pterodactyl into battle, with your flamethrower primed, just isn’t going to be reward enough for the hours of slog that it entails.
At the same time though, it's definitely just another first-person survival game. Sure there are a few new ideas here, and the dino-farming and tribe-joining add a couple of interesting layers, but if you're sick of wearing animal skin and hacking down trees with bodged together pick-axes, there's nothing here that's going to bring you back into the fold.