Description of App:
Haypi Monster: The Lost Tower is a cartoon style EDU game. Almost 200 different monsters are here, waiting for you to collect! Feed, breed and train them with your heart and love, form your dream team to challenge the mysterious lost tower!
Now, you can gift monsters to other players. Gather them all together to face the evilest bosses and the toughest levels. Meanwhile, bring your strongest monster team to do PVP with your friends, see who can reach the top of the Lost Tower!
. The most authentic and exciting monster game out there!
. Balanced and well designed battle system!
. Hundreds of monsters to collect!
. Various levels to conquer!
. Newly designed server framework. One wild server world! Let’s all hang out together!
. Supports iOS7 and the newest Apple devices!
. A journey that brings significant challenges: Over a hundred levels lay across eight scenes in three modes. Every single one of them contains our hard-working design, come to test your power!
. A world where all kinds of monsters live: Cute, humble, dashing or even hilarious, nearly 200 endearing monsters for those who love to collect!
. A monster raising system that provides great joy: Train and raise your monsters to build your very own elite team, strengthen them through our unique evolution system. Your monsters will be hotter than ever!
. A fight that creates real excitement: Wisely use those well designed skills and talents to make every battle a unique one!
. A place where the best win: There is and only one server in the whole wide world. Only the most experienced trainer can reach the top of the tower!
You will discover even more exciting features along the way!
※Internet connectivity required
Apple Watch Support:
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Device(s) App Was Tested On:
I really don't know how I can state this. There are a lot of unlabeled bxttons, but they have duplicated buttons so you know what they and also duplicated labels.
I've been able to play the game using my braille display after getting used to the unlabeled layout, then I started labeling things. It may be hard at first, but it's definitely something you'll want to get used to if you play the game.
I've tried to contact Haypi to fix these issues, but so far, I haven't received ₦y responses, not even a generic "we will tell this to our team" message.
Maybe if there's enough of us, we can all contact Haypi and get this resolved, because I can definitely see this being something fun to play.
I'll be putting button assignments here soon, just have to remember everything.