Gigantic is a MOBA truly unlike any other hero-battler out there. Though it shares similarities with other MOBA-style games on the surface — a large cast of colorful characters, ultimate abilities, and control points — it sets itself apart with a gorgeous animated style and ferocious living objectives, just to name a couple of the aspects that make it unique. Here’s what makes Gigantic unlike any other MOBA on the market.
Enjoy MOBAs, but not a fan of the grind, steep learning curve, constant trips back to base for upgrades and other issues players find annoying in some games? If that is the case, then Strife is definitely what you want to be playing! Strife eliminates many of these factors and adds in crafting as a way to upgrade. Additionally, we are proud to announce the Official Strife Wiki through our partnership with S2 Games, known for Heroes of Newerth.
Strife is an accessible MOBA set up so that the newest of players are able to jump right into the fray, yet a high mastery ceiling to allow for even the most experienced of players to have an enjoyable experience. Currently in closed beta, Strife aims to remove what players find irritating in MOBAs and keep them enjoying battles more! If you're interested in participating, head to the Strife website and click the green Beta Sign Up button. Another thing that sets Strife apart from other MOBAs is the fact that all heroes are free to absolutely everyone -- no unlocking or paying for certain ones!
Already signed up to participate in beta? Be sure to check out the official wiki in the meantime! If you're interested in becoming a contributor, our Help Wiki has all of the information you need, from basic wiki syntax to full design tutorials! Have a question you don't know the answer to? Log into IRC and /join #Gamepedia to get your answers from staff and fellow community members.
While the Awesomenauts Wiki is not new, it is now being hosted on Gamepedia and is now the Official Wiki for Awesomenauts! The community has spoken, and we would like to welcome this wiki. From the Ronimo Games studio, Awesomenauts is an arena based platformer that is available on multiple platforms, including Steam, Xbox and Playstation. Enjoy 3 v 3 sidescrolling battles!
Featuring drop-in matchmaking, customizable skills for your characters, unlockable abilities, tons of obtainable items and a bright, cartoon art style, this playful MOBA adds in fun to the usual competition! Call upon holograms to knock back your opponents, while surfing or bending time! Play with your friends against enemies or offline against bots -- never wait for battle.
While we're certainly excited to welcome the now-Official Awesomenauts Wiki to the community, no wiki is ever complete without those of you who take the time to make edits and contributions. Gamepedia believes in allowing the community to be as successful as possible by having the best tools available for that success. To get started as a contributor, have a look at the Help Wiki to learn how you can be the next amazing member of the community!
Formerly known as Blizzard All-Stars, Blizzard's newest upcoming MOBA has been renamed Heroes of the Storm. Gamepedia has the most comprehensive wiki created by the dedicated community with the The Heroes of the Storm Wiki! One of the newer wikis at Gamepedia, The Heroes of the Storm Wiki is already a vast font of knowledge, ripe for the picking!
Heroes of the Storm has playable heroes from across the Blizzard universe. Play your favorites from Warcraft, Starcraft and Diablo! Given the long history and rich lore from Blizzard's games, Heroes of the Storm has a giant pool of heroes to play! Currently, only a select few have been confirmed, but not a lot of information is available yet. What is known, however, is in one convenient place for you -- The Heroes of the Storm Wiki!
When new information for Heroes of the Storm is released, the wiki is ready and waiting for you! If you're interested in becoming a contributor, please see the Help Page for general information. There is also the new Gamepedia Help Wiki for more in-depth tutorials and contribution tips and the wiki community may also be found in IRC.
Nival, the studio behind titles like Heroes of Might and Magic and Silent Storm is bringing their newest, Prime World, out of beta. As a partner, we at Gamepedia are joining in on the celebration with 500 codes for Prime World Gold to giveaway! Join us in celebrating this awesome MMORPG-MOBA hybrid. Check out the Prime World Wiki to see what Prime World is all about, and when you're ready to claim your gold, have a look at the giveaway page to learn how! Claiming your code couldn't be easier -- log into your Curse account, go to the giveaway page and follow the simple instructions.
Have your code for free gold? Awesome! Now to take the next step: go to the Prime World website to download the game, create an account and redeem your code. If you are interested in watching live gameplay, Nival has a Twitch stream just for Prime World! Check out character building, collecting ability cards, and be sure not to miss all of the different modes of gameplay!
So what exactly can you get with that 100 free gold? Get started on building a dog or cat house for your trusty companions who follow you into battle, buy custom skins, more heroes, or even Golden Age, which allows players to gain more resources -- perfect for new players!
When you're not busy collecting resources, improving your castle and customizing your character, become a contributor to the Prime World Wiki! From the smallest edit to add in a comma to building an entire new category full of information, no contribution is too large or small, and each wiki at Gamepedia is built by the community! To learn more, see the Prime World Help Page, the Gamepedia Help Wiki or chat with employees and community members in #Gamepedia IRC!
League of Legends has become a name any gamer will recognize. Developed by Riot Games, this multiplayer online battle arena game is one of the top names in competitive eSports, as well as a favorite for PvP novices. Leaguepedia, the League of Legends wiki, is no different.
As one of the top wikis at Gamepedia, Leaguepedia has well over 400,000 articles and 580,000 edits from a community of over 10,000 members! No matter what data you are in search for, whether it be the play styles of various Champions, what the latest patch notes detail or competitive play information, Leaguepedia has everything you could want to know in one place!
In addition to being a fantastic community resource, Leaguepedia is always looking for content contributors! There are two main areas to look at to get started: How to contribute and Contributor Portal. Will you be the next active member managing wiki pages?
For this week's spotlight, we're delighted to highlight Magickapedia and how much the dedicated community has created an enormous resource. With over 1,300 contributors, the Magicka wiki provides a wealth of knowledge from the first DLC, to tablet releases, to the latest, Magicka: Wizard Wars!
From Paradox North, Wizard Wars brings a MOBA-style 4v4 to the Magicka realm. True to the world of Midgård, players must use caution when battling it out in the arena! Not only must you keep an eye out for enemies, but friendly fire is just as deadly!
Are you prepared to be a mighty wizard, either out for adventure or hanging out in your castle with your hot dogs, cold drinks and collection of cheese? While the Magicka community is already incredibly supportive, we encourage anyone who wishes to join in to do so! Put on your wizard robe and see the help page on getting started as a contributor!
As Dawngate begins its closed beta test with patch four this weekend, we are pleased to highlight the Dawngate Wiki! While it is a relatively new wiki, the community has taken to it by storm with updates, expanded content, and information as soon as its made available by developer Waystone Games.
Instead of Dawngate being just another MOBA, Waystone wants to focus on making the genre more accessible to new players, while giving it a familiar feel to those more experienced with MOBAs. Waystone also believes in fostering a positive environment, as well as a collaboration with players, which includes constant gameplay streams on their channel. They also have open discussions regarding beta with the entire community and not just those who are participating in beta. Lastly, Dawngate introduces meaningful lore that creates an evolving story which unfolds during gameplay.
Dawngate also gives players Spirit Wells, which are capturable economy driven objectives. Spirit Wells spawn workers to gather vim, the in-game currency, for the controlling team. These workers can be farmed and killed off, though, allowing the non-controlling team to disrupt economy flow. Spirit Wells are contested objectives, which means that the the other team can take over and assume control!
Be sure to sign up for beta and then check out what the community is doing with the wiki! Like all of the wikis on Gamepedia, the Dawngate Wiki is created for and by the community. Everyone is welcome to participate! Not sure where to start? Head over to the help page for tips on contributing and editing!