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Vainglory devs lost their servers and released a Community Edition, which is currently on pause development-wise. The game has been pulled from Steam, Samsung, and Amazon platforms, and is only available on iOS App Store and Android Play Store. Developers intend to get back to the game in the future, but there's no definite timeline. See More
Players can purchase slight advantages if they use real world money. Harder swings that cause more damage or faster movement in general are purchasable upgrades found in the in-app purchase store. This creates an unbalanced playing field as players with more money to waste will have an advantage. See More
There are three maps available to play on that allow solo play where the user plays with a team of bots or online play where the player can play with two other real players vs 3 others real players and then a five vs five made up of real players on each team. If any one team does not find enough live players bots will be used in their place. This allows for not only a good way to practice, with the solo play, but also good medium and large matches. See More
This can give an advantage to those that are playing in a group together in the same room or are communication over a phone or voip, as they will be bale to sync up their efforts easier than those playing with random partners that have no way of communication. See More
This is a simple version of a MOBA in that it is a middle lane only game, meaning that the user only needs to worry about what is going on in one single path. This works out well for mobile as the controls will never be as precise as playing a MOBA on PC or with a controller. It is also a good way to get more casual players to the genre as it is not overly complex to understand single lane gameplay. See More