MapleStory is a free-to-play 2D platforming game in which players kill monsters to collect weapons and items. Though its prevalence has died down in recent years, Nexon continued to release updates to the match over 10 years following its launch. Maplestory M Mesos represents a continuation of this series, and will likely gain hundreds of thousands of players on nostalgia alone.
The visuals are virtually identical to the original launch (MapleStory M still has not seen a global release), and gameplay was adapted to touch display devices, with an automobile button to speed things up like in other mobile MMOs.
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MapleStory M making its way worldwide, closed beta sign-ups open.The sequel to buy MaplestoryM Mesos, the popular side-scrolling 2D online role-playing sport, is finally coming to regions outside of South Korea.
MapleStory M, which writer Nexon America showed off Saturday in Los Angeles in the fan event MapleStory Fest, ditches the pixelated 2D visuals of the first game to get a blocky 3D world, à la Minecraft or even Trove. Its course system is not as varied as that of the original sport yet, but Nexon stated in a news release that MapleStory M will be very customizable, from your outfits to even having to build your own house.