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Postby 4Rsercom » Mon Jun 25, 2018 2:26 am

Since the first MapleStory aged, its everyday active users were overtaken by cheaters and spammers. If you stroll into the town named Henesys where many figures stand idly while their real life counterparts get up to get a walk or to find a drink, or into the Free Market where individuals trade, you'll find that spam occupies most of the general chat, and it is hard to get a word in edgewise. When Maplestory2 Mesos searching bosses that drop rare items, you might find cheaters running third-party programs to automatically take the items until you can reach them. Both of these unpleasant happenings, which climbed more common since the match got older, led to MapleStory's steady decline.

For now, the beta versions of MapleStory M and MapleStory 2 are bot-free and trading between players isn't allowed yet, so there's no chance of getting scammed on a offer. During the January beta, I tested out Maplestory M onto a Samsung Galaxy S8 and found a much more streamlined version of the first desktop sport. Instead of being required to use the entire QWERTY keyboard and memorize string combos for characters, then you only need to press several buttons. As is true for a number of other mobile games, your character moves alone to quest destinations and even auto hunts monsters so that it is possible to level up without a lot of work.

According to Lee, the team realized grinding cellular was not perfect so they created the auto play style "so that gamers can still appreciate MapleStory cellphone even after several hours of playing a smaller screen."

In case MapleStory M seems like Nexon just ported a more manageable form of the first game onto mobile, then MapleStory 2 is the firm turning the game into an entirely different animal. The director of the Maplestory items, Minseok Shin, states that "MapleStory 2 is not merely a 3D conversion of their original MapleStory. While the two games share some similarities, such as MapleStory 2 we actually went back to the drawing board and reimagined the match."
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