Published on November 4th, 2016 | by cinderboy


Project 100 – Stunning mobile action RPG revealed at Unity event

Founded in 2014 by a co-founder of Eyedentity Games, Hound 13 is a new Korean mobiles games studio which recently appeared at a Unity (game engine) event in Los Angeles to showcase its debut title, currently known as Project 100. The mobile game is being developed by a team of 45 people, with veterans who have worked on Dragon Nest, Dungeon Strikers, Rusty Hearts, and many more.


Obviously, Project 100 is crafted using Unity, with perhaps some of the most stunning graphics I have seen which is comparable with mobile games made using Unreal Engine 4. The game looks awfully similar to TERA being ported straight to mobile devices! Korean media Inven managed to try the game, which you can see below. Project 100 is scheduled for launch next year in South Korea.


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Come to pc, we can talk more


oh look a big monster stands in the middle of an area and lets ppl hit it…

Mobile “arpg” atm are little more than loot pinatas tbh

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