Developed by Ubisoft Montreal, The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot was an action/RPG originally released in 2015 for PC. Unfortunately, the game only stayed around for a year before Ubisoft decided to cut off support and shut down its servers. Now, however, the game has made its way to the mobile platform and is currently available for both Android and iOS devices. Check out its trailer below:

As expected, this new mobile release has a few differences compared to the PC version. The first notable change is that the castle building mechanic has been cut out. Given that it was a pretty interesting game mode of the original version, this will probably come as somewhat of a disappointment to some players.

Nevertheless, all the satisfying hack-and-slash action is undoubtedly still there. The premise is simple: You are thrown into a dungeon and have to kill all the enemies in there in order to unlock the door to the next stage. After every few levels, you’ll encounter a boss, which has their own unique abilities and mechanics that you must learn if you want to defeat them. Basically, it’s very similar to Nonstop Knight. Naturally, as you progress, you’ll collect items, level up, and unlock more skills to make your character stronger. There are also several other game modes besides the main campaign, such as co-op and PvP.

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Defeat all enemies in a level to progress to the next

Another major difference with The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot mobile is, of course, the control scheme, which has been adjusted to adapt to the touchscreen. The game now has a portrait orientation, allowing you to play with only one hand. That said, some users have reported that they’ve encountered problems with this set up when playing on a bigger screen, such as on a tablet. Still, the majority of mobile players should be able to enjoy this game without any issue.

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The game now plays in a portrait orientation

You can grab The Mighty Quest for Epic Loot for free right now on both Google Play and the App Store. The game does include ads and IAPs, however, as is typical for any free mobile game.