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Nexomon

By LIME TURTLE, INC.

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Description

Catch, evolve and collect over 300 unique Nexomon!

Assemble the ultimate Nexomon team to save your friends and save the world! Clash against legendary champions and become a hero in this epic journey!

Game Features

• Over 300 Nexomon to catch and train.
• Evolve your Nexomon into new and powerful forms.
• Universal App! Play on your iPhone, iPod or iPad.
• iCloud support. Backup your data and play on all your devices!
• Get exclusive Nexomon iMessage stickers!
• A deep and engaging battle system.
• Mighty and unique legendary Nexomon, find all eight of them!
• Embark on an epic adventure to save the world from the Nexomon King!
• Battle powerful and challenging foes in the Nexoworld.
• Select from seven unique starters.
• Explore all 9 colorful and vibrant regions.
• Fully animated monsters, prepare to enjoy the most exciting battles!
• High Quality gaming experience like no other!

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What's New in Version 1.4

* A settings menu to control the audio volume, gyroscope and text effects.
* Fixed an issue where you wouldn't get a turn if your Nexomon fainted because of a status effect.
* Buffing / Debuffing skills are now more effective.
* Minor visual glitches fixed.
* Evolved Nexomon now have a slight boost in their stats.
* We've decided to always grant the first turn to the player.
* Fixed an issue where updating the game could make you lose diamonds if you delete your save file.
* Various German localization improvements.
* Nexomon shouldn't get any more EXP if they are level 99.

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Customer Reviews

Awesome Game

Great content, and the best part is that the dev team is super active and is constantly working on updates to improve and expand the game.

Ventra

Heals 24/7 what in the hell. Saw a video where she healed only 106 now she heals constant 300s and it's not here and there, constantly spamming that bs it's annoying. Bug perhaps after update ?? If so I hope it gets patched because game is unplayable at that point.

Philanthrope Idealist Brainwashing - Horrible Storyline

After giving Nexomon a chance, and playing non-stop since it was released, I am sorry to have to say that this game is a disaster.
The fact that these developers ripped-off so many Pokémon mechanics and character designs is a little too obvious.
And I'm also not just referring to all the Pay2Win-type rigged battles (miss, miss, miss), level imbalances, and tedious EXP gain problems that force the player to grind up their team for days.
The biggest problem is this: there is just way too much emphasis on the storyline ("save teh humanz!") rather than bonding with your monsters. And the storyline is downright terrible, and just way overkill on the action, drama, violence, and mean-spiritedness. I had anticipated that the storyline would likely be awful and predictable, but I gave Nexomon a try, because I was hoping with all my heart that it would be like the good old Pokémon games without any philanthrope brainwashing infused within the story. But it's just as bad as the horrid newfangled Pokémon games' storylines, with their disgusting philanthropic, Utopian themes.
A former Pokémon fan, and long-time Pokémon veteran (since the mid 90s), I quit Pokémon (and Nintendo) forever in 2013 after playing X/Y; it enraged and sickened me, because I wasn't able to make the choice to side with the TRUE hero of the game, who was unjustly and wrongly demonized and portrayed as the villain -- because he wished to put an end to human evil? (Nintendo is so stupid!)
And after painfully suffering through Pokémon's gradual downfall, I am just so jaded when it comes to these saccharine, sappy, sickeningly philanthropic and utopian-idealist "save humankind!" themes in these types of games. I am admittedly a misanthrope; I dislike humankind. I have no interest in playing the role of some sort of Mary Sue/Chosen One/Superhero, and "saving humanity" miraculously from some kind of all-powerful doomsday force, and being forever adored by all. Nay to that claptrap -- I say, bring on the Fire and Brimstone.
I honestly don't know why these types of grossly overused and overrated "human-kid-saves-the-world" stories are so common in games (and all types of media), and still accepted and even enjoyed by most people. It's like children being brainwashed by some New World Order, Utopian philanthrope idealists. Nintendo did plenty of that, and I should have known better than to play Nexomon, seeing as Nexomon is clearly made by fans of Pokémon.
I could understand young children (who are naive and don't know any better) feeling empowered to "save the world" and be the so-called "hero" in their little fantasies when they play these games. But if you're a grown adult who grew up with the original Pokémon Red/Blue/Yellow versions, this kind of harshly morally-restricted storyline we see in Nexomon and newer Pokémon games, where you are dragged around on an invisible leash and forced to go along with the so-called "good guys" (those naive pests who call themselves your "friends") without being able to make any choices yourself based on your own beliefs, you should be turned off by this kind of nonsensical, unrealistic philanthrope fantasy tale.

At one point in this game, you are told by the ghost of some long-dead old coot philanthrope "hero" (who had tried to stop Omnicron ages ago) that he believes ALL Nexomon are actually "inherently evil". What!? HUMANS are inherently evil! It's called Original Sin. That old coot doesn't have a leg to stand on with his hypocritical statement. Just because Omnicron is a much more powerful and intelligent alien being who sought to take Earth away from humans, that automatically means he and his Nexomon brood are evil? Sorry, but this is an extremely shallow, childish way of looking at it. Just because a force opposes humankind doesn't automatically mean it is evil. . . In a broader point of view (something you might read in a well-written sci-fi novel), any super-intelligent and powerful alien life form who saw how sinful and destructive human beings are would likely try to eliminate humankind from Earth for the good of the universe.

TL;DR: The developers are shallow-minded philanthropes. To heck with this game. Just another Pay2Win mobile Pokémon knockoff complete with human-glorifying Utopian philosophy. Unless you are a flaming philanthrope, don't bother with this nonsense.
(P.S. Zetta is the ONLY good thing in this game, and I REFUSE to be his enemy! Long live the brilliant Champion of Lightning! And, to quote him, " Know your place, humans. ")

Nexomon
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
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  • $2.99
  • Category: Games
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.4
  • Size: 1.17 GB
  • Languages: English, French, German, Spanish
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Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence

Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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