BioBeasts is a new game for Android and iOS where you take control of powerful mutant beasts and battle through waves of robots, laboratory defenses, and hulking bosses. Claw, bite, blast, and mutate your way to freedom while freeing new beasts with unique powers! Unlock and upgrade Mutations to customize your beasts, and craft your own strategy!
BioBeasts Version 1.5.0 is NOW LIVE!
We just launched a MASSIVE UPDATE that adds loads of exciting new player requested features and fixes. Download BioBeasts 1.5.0 on your Android or iOS device now:
Get BioBeasts NOW on Android and iOS!
New Stuff in BioBeasts 1.5.0:
22 NEW Mutations to collect!
Customize the look of each beast with new Skins Mutations
Overhauled Mutation Lab -- view all Mutations in one easy to use list
NEW Mutation Crate system -- you can now unlock and upgrade Mutations totally free just by playing
Mutation Equip Slots -- you can now start with mutations)
Loads of interface improvements
New Nuclear Bundle for sale in the Shop
The Nuclear Bundle Includes
Exclusive Radioactive Hazard Skin
Prize code to redeem for bonus items in EpicDuel and AdventureQuest Worlds.
Need help redeeming your Prize Code? We've got you covered with this handy guide:
Coming to BioBeasts 1.5.0 are Batteries. Plink needs 10 Batteries to warp in a Mutation-filled Crate to help power up your beasts! Batteries are earned after completing each wave with a bonus battery for defeating the final boss, meaning it's possible to earn enough Batteries for a Crate on any Normal, Hard, or Insane run.
The Mutation Lab
Inside the Mutation Lab you can put those Batteries to good use! Use them to warp in new Crates filled with Battle Mutations, Beast Mutations, and Beast Skins!
After Plink warps in a Crate, it must be unlocked before opening. You can bypass this process with BioBits. Plink will also bring you a free crate every 8 hours. This gives you a great reason to check back on BioBeasts, even if you don't have time to play a few waves!
Each Crate is guaranteed to contain some kind of loot. However, not all Crates are created equally. Iron and Steel Crates, being the most basic, hold the fewest Mutations. Occasionally, Plink will get lucky and warp in a more luxurious crate like a Nuclear or Quantum Crate, which are guaranteed to contain Rare Mutations! Below is the breakdown of what you can expect from each type of Crate.
Iron Crate Only seen in the Tutorial of the game, this Crate has the same capacity as the Steel Crate with 8 Mutations inside, but the unlocking process is very fast. Free Crate Plink will find you a new Free Crate every 8 hours. Free Crates contain 15 Mutations. Steel Crate This most common Crate yields 8 Mutations. Reinforced Crate 15 Mutations, including at least 1 Rare. Elite Crate 30 Mutations, including at least 3 Rare. Nuclear Crate 70 Mutations, including 7 Rare and 1 Ultra. Quantum Crate 250 Mutations, including 25 Rare, 5 Ultra, and 1 Epic.
New Beast Skins!
BioBeasts 1.5.0 launches with 10 new beast skins! These Skin Mutations can be unlocked from our new Mutation Crates, and there will be plenty more to come after the launch:
This week's release is a return to Stoneheart Fall!You can reach Stoneheart Fall from Lymcrest in Book 2 (down, right, down from Lymcrest), or you can use the button in the quest log to go there instantly this week!
Thanks to some newly uncovered tech, Tomix was able to add a whole new layer of depth to this quest- and it looks gorgeous. We hope to use this technology to create even more beautiful and wondrous quests in the future!
Unfortunately, due to an earlier typo in the code from when it was first released, you will need to redo the quest "Dive In" (if you have already completed it) in order to access the new quest.
Now, note from Eric Greydawn about this week's release:
The past is a difficult country to traverse. One of the reasons this is so difficult is because history is most often recorded with cultural bias. What we see as simple, other cultures may not see as being quite so cut and dried. In the case of the Ice Giants, most of what is known of them is based on supposition and conjecture. Certainly SOMETHING happened. We haven’t seen Ice Giants in DragonFable up to this point. That suggests that something MUST have happened. What was it? What drove the Ice Giants to the extreme reaches of the North? What were the Ice Giants like?
With this quest, you will begin a journey for knowledge. Knowledge that has been lost, or obscured over time. There’s a lot to unravel still. Fear not, however, for there are those who are willing to guide you on your quest for knowledge. Be brave, and journey north, where the occasional whisper of living Ice Giants other than Nivalis have been seen.
This quest has been a long time in coming, but now that it’s here, and I’ve started writing again, they will continue. I have a lot to tell you yet, so snuggle up and get comfy… perhaps a fire should be lit on the hearth, and a pot of hot stew served… after all, hospitality demands it.
In other news- This is your last week to purchase the Doomed Dragon Scythe! Get it from the Celebration Shops in the Book of Lore before it leaves!
First off this week, we have Stryche's new HeroMart shop! Starting with the AQ3D t-shirt next week, When you purchase specific (not all- make sure you check!) REAL LIFE items from HeroMart, you'll get a code that you can redeem online for HeroPoints in each of your favorite Artix Entertainment games!
What can you get with HeroPoints?
You'll be able to buy powerful weapons and items, as well as special classes! This week, we're releasing 3 weapons for 2 HeroPoints each, as well as bringing back and giving a small update to the Shadow Base Classes (5 HeroPoints each). These Shadow Base Classes are NOT base class locked, which means you can purchase and use the Shadow Mage class even if your base class is Warrior!
The next Archivist skill is now live! Using what you've learned from the furious and dirty fighting of pirates and ninjas, you can now empower your attack to add a damage over time effect!
Swordhaven Quest Board:
Citizens have started posting quest requests on the Swordhaven Quest Board! Are you Hero enough to help out the people of Swordhaven?
This week's release presents a new equippable item type- the bracers! These items give small stat boosts, and are equippable in their new slot. Although Bracers are usually for higher level characters, the Shadowheart Bracer is usable by all characters (even without a Dragon Amulet)! It is also the artifact for Shadow Base Classes. Shadow Base Classes are unique in that they are able to use two artifacts: both the Cloak Scrap Artifact and the Shadowheart Bracer. The Shadowheart Bracer will boost damage done by the Shadow Base Classes by 50%! Even if you don't have the Shadow Base Classes, you will still be able to use the bracer for its stat boost! The Shadowheart Bracer has a 10% chance to drop from any of the current Caitiff saga quests (besides Breaking Down).
Of course, today has been a maelstrom of major news- here are some links to catch up in case you've missed any: Farewell to geopetal