Corona Updates!, Corona has become one of the best-kept secrets in the world of mobile games. It’s a platformer with RPG elements set in a retro-futuristic world. You see, Corona is the perfect combination of two of our favorite things: retro gaming and futuristic world-building. The game’s been around for almost a decade, and it’s only gotten better with time. The team at Corona Games is still pumping out quality content, and you can thank us for that by checking out their most recent updates. These Corona updates have introduced us to new characters, new worlds, new challenges, and even new secrets. Let’s take a look at the best of those updates, which ones we think you should play now, and which ones you should wait until later.
The Best of Corona Updates!
When it comes to updates, the Best of Corona is a tie between the December and January updates. December saw an array of new content, and January brought us more Dragoons, a new campaign, and a ton of new features, balancing and all. While the best of both updates isn’t a perfect tie, we still think the best of both is good enough to rank as the top update in both months.
Corona: The Game
The biggest update in the world of Corona so far, and one we’re most excited about. The game’s been around for almost a decade, and it’s only gotten better with time. The team at Corona Games is still pumping out quality content, and you can thank us for that by checking out their most recent updates. These Corona updates have introduced us to new characters, new worlds, new challenges, and even new secrets. Let’s take a look at the best of those updates, which ones we think you should play now, and which ones you should wait until later.
This is the first of two Dragoons updates, and it’s packed to the gills with new content. The first Dragoons update, More Dragoons, brought with it three brand new areas to explore. The second Dragoons update, Monster Mash, added a whole new mode to the game. In Monster Mash, you and your Dragoons take on a variety of classic video game Prestonisms, like throwing eggs at people and conducting doctor’s appointments on a golf course. You can expect lots of new Dragoons content in the near future, so stay tuned!
New Content for Corona
This update mainly sees the return of a series of previously-extinct reptiles, this time as dinosaurs. The team has been hard at work bringing these ancient creatures back to life, and the results are nothing short of stunning. The game’s graphics have been updated, the level design has been tweaked, and many old-fashioned game techniques were abandoned in favor of more modern ones. This update alone does more than enough to justify the price of admission ($2.99).
New Gameplay Feature
This update brings with it three new gameplay features. The first is the ability to take no damage from environmental hazards. This is great for exploring new areas, as you won’t incur any dangers from falling debris, spikes, or other hazards in the first few levels. The second is to introduce the “Dragoons Wipeout,” which is pretty standard stuff in a nutshell, but it’s always nice to have in a game. The third is the ability to save your progress at any time, which is helpful if you’re in a tough spot in the game and want a break before moving on to the next challenge.
Secrets to Be Expected
This update is kind of a mixed bag. It brings with it three new challenges, but also a slew of content to keep players busy for a while. First up is the “Dragoons vs. Dinosaurs” challenge, which pits your Dragoons against veloci-dinosaurs. Playing as the former, you’ll have an advantage in that you can leap into the air and Execute your way to victory. But be careful! Veloci-dinosaurs are smart, fast, and have incredible senses of smell. They’ll be a challenge, but not an impossible one.
Corona’s Final Future Hope
This update is a long way off, but it has us incredibly excited. The team at Corona Games continues to deliver quality content, and we’re especially excited to see what they have in store for us in the coming months. First up is the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, which will no doubt be the center of many a gamer’s attention. Then there’s the upcoming iOS 7 update, which is still a few months away from release. Finally, there’s the Switch release, which is still a way off. In the meantime, the team at Corona has plenty of other updates coming, including updates for the game’s online store, which will allow players to buy virtual goods and achievements, as well as the ability to support the devs through Patreon.
With so many incredible updates to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which ones to play first. In the end, we think you should play all the updates, as they all bring something new and interesting to the table. The Best of Corona Updates! is a collection of the best updates to Corona, spanning almost a decade. From the return of extinct reptiles to the latest gameplay feature and challenges, these updates have something for everyone.