Today we want to introduce you one more LEENjoy project supporter, an interesting blog which is called Afroz Game, and we are glad share some more details about it.
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Here is just one small quotation from the article: “…only pubg game…” What does it mean? It means the following:
“…PUBG Mobile: The essential details
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile game is published by Tencent Games and is available for Android and iOS (i.e., iPhone).
The game started phased roll-out from 19 March 2018 and went on to become one of the most downloaded and played games on both Android and iOS. In September 2020 PUBG Mobile was banned in India, many believe because of tensions between China and India.
You can find the Android version on Google Play and the iOS version on the Apple App Store. It is updated on a month basis, with new content, maps and items to purchase.
PUBG Mobile minimum requirements
PUBG Mobile game is a persistent online game, so you’ll need a connection to the internet to play – be that via mobile network or Wi-Fi – but the lower the ping the better.
The tech specs for Android are Android 5.1 and higher and at least 2GB of RAM. A PUBG Lite version has run for a couple of years, but will be closed down on 29 April 2021. Most modern phones can play the full version of PUBG Mobile.
The iPhone version needs iOS 9.0 or later, so a full range of iPhone models back to iPhone 5s are supported and iPads back to iPad Mini 2, as well as iPod touch 6-gen.
The game is PEGI 16 or Teen rated, with in-game chat that’s unmoderated (but can be turned off) and blood effects when shot – although these are green by default, rather than red.
PUBG Mobile: The basics of gameplay
Battle royale basically means all against all, a bit like The Hunger Games where you start with nothing and have to scavenge and collect weapons and equipment. The game is ultimately a battle to the last player standing, with 100 players on an 8 x 8 km island – although there are smaller maps and different game modes.
There are three main modes of play: solo, duo and squad, with the latter letting you team up with three other players for a team of four. Each is a little different with various pros and cons, the big pro of team play being that have people to support you, revive you and bring an element of co-operative tactics to the game.
The game starts with you parachuting onto the game island. On landing your mission is to gather everything you can to help you win, from medical supplies to weapons, with a wide range of weapons and modifications for those weapons.
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