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ARK: Survival Evolved

***PLEASE NOTE: This game is officially supported only on touchscreen Android devices with at least 3 GB of RAM and up-to-date Vulkan support. There are some devices that should be able to play that are listed as incompatible, we will fix this as soon as we can! ***

Dive into the ultimate mobile dino-adventure with ARK: Survival Evolved! A massive game world combines with 80+ unique dinosaurs and primal creatures for you to capture and tame - making for a survival experience bar-none. Meet up with other players and friends in this Jurassic-era world, to form tribes and work together to build colonies of survivors.

Based on the genre-defining adventure from PC and consoles, ARK: Survival Evolved challenges you to survive and thrive on a mysterious island, where you start out alone and unarmed. Gather resources and craft tools to build shelter and hunt. Expand your domain while capturing and taming dinosaurs to do your bidding. Make new friends online, form tribes, and build mighty structures to defend against man and mega-predators alike!

Features of ARK: Survival Evolved include:

- 80+ Dinosaurs: Use cunning strategy and tactics to tame, train, ride and breed the many dinosaurs and other primeval creatures roaming the dynamic, persistent ecosystems across land, sea, air, and even underground.
- Discover: Explore a massive living and breathing prehistoric landscape as you find the means to survive, thrive, and escape on the Ark.
- Craft and Build: Using any means necessary to survive, craft weapons, clothes, and items, and build shelters, villages, or even large cities.
- Survive Alone or With Others: Group up with, or prey on, hundreds of other players in a large-scale online world or choose to go it alone in single-player mode.
- Join a Tribe: The 'Tribe' system encourages cooperation, by supporting dynamic parties to share resources, XP, and re-spawn points.

The game includes an optional Primal Pass subscription available on a monthly or yearly basis. The subscription removes all ads, gives you a 2x XP boost, and provides access to both preferred servers and to preferred slots on free servers. Subscribers receive an insignia next to their name to indicate their status as Primal Pass holders and will receive special news and updates from time to time.

The user will be asked to login to his Google account (if not already) prior to the purchase. The payment will be charged to Google Account at confirmation of purchase. The subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. The account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Cancellation of a current subscription during the active subscription period may not be allowed.

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***PLEASE NOTE: This game officially supports iPhone 7 and newer models, and iPad models from 2015 to present.***

Dive into the ultimate mobile dino-adventure with ARK: Survival Evolved! A massive game world combines with 80+ unique dinosaurs and primal creatures for you to capture and tame - making for a survival experience bar-none. Meet up with other players and friends in this Jurassic-era world, to form tribes and work together to build colonies of survivors.

Based on the genre-defining adventure from PC and consoles, ARK: Survival Evolved challenges you to survive and thrive on a mysterious island, where you start out alone and unarmed. Gather resources and craft tools to build shelter and hunt. Expand your domain while capturing and taming dinosaurs to do your bidding. Make new friends online, form tribes, and build mighty structures to defend against man and mega-predators alike!

Features of ARK: Survival Evolved include:

- 80+ Dinosaurs: Use cunning strategy and tactics to tame, train, ride and breed the many dinosaurs and other primeval creatures roaming the dynamic, persistent ecosystems across land, sea, air, and even underground.
- Discover: Explore a massive living and breathing prehistoric landscape as you find the means to survive, thrive, and escape on the Ark.
- Craft and Build: Using any means necessary to survive, craft weapons, clothes, and items, and build shelters, villages, or even large cities.
- Survive Alone or With Others: Group up with, or prey on, hundreds of other players in a large-scale online world or choose to go it alone in single-player mode.
- Join a Tribe: The 'Tribe' system encourages cooperation, by supporting dynamic parties to share resources, XP, and re-spawn points.

The game includes an optional Primal Pass subscription available on a monthly or yearly basis. The subscription removes all ads, gives you a 2x XP boost, and provides access to both preferred servers and to preferred slots on free servers. Subscribers receive an insignia next to their name to indicate their status as Primal Pass holders and will receive special news and updates from time to time.

When you purchase the subscription, payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the rate of your selected plan above.

Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings on the device.

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Version 2.0.25

-Bug fixes and stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5

84.7K Ratings

OP CREATURES AND MECHANICS

Let me start off by saying that ARK is one of the best and most fun mobile games. But OMG how many creatures are just way to OP. The Parasour is just so fast whenever I try to knock one out it just runs away and I can never catch up with it, not to mention that it stops for only like one seconds. There are more but I’m just gonna say my general idea. This game honestly seems more difficult then the PC version. Since you can’t see as clearly because of the graphics and buttons on the screen it makes it even harder to play the game. Not to mention when your in the water and you have fifty Megapirahnas behind you. I play on medium all the time and it’s really stressful which I think shouldn’t happen unless you choose hard mode or above. Now I have been playing this game for like two days but from what I can see there doesn’t seem a way to save your game. By that I mean to save it and like make a new game while still having that game saved. For example, if I finished playing and save my game and the next day I want to make another game I would still want to be able to go back to my original after. The last thing I want to change is to add a different option to holding the bow and arrows. The double tap just doesn’t work chief. 😕 I didn’t expect to write this much 🙂 I hope you can consider these things

Best game EVER!

This game is awesome, even in single player mode, which I always play in! There are so many things to build and so many creatures to discover! Right now I have a city of buildings and a dodo farm in this game! The rewards are great, too, so all of the things that I always wanted in a game are in ARK! Some people say that there are glitches or bugs in the game, but I hardly see them at all, and the ones I do see either don’t affect the game OR can be ignored. Even when you die in the game, you can grab all of your items again, and even when items are lost, all of the resources can be easily collected and are never locked or impossible to get. Here is a list of the bugs/glitches I saw. None of these really matter, but it would slightly improve the game if they were fixed: Compies following me, graphics error on trees when you cut them down, two groups of the same item in different slots, small pet getting stuck in the air after I destroyed the rock it was standing on, dodos stuck standing on each other, animals getting their heads stuck in walls (lol), coloring issues at night, description saying that the cooking pot/campfire has zero fuel when it actually has over one hundred fuel when it is lit, and that’s all. Thank you for the excellent game, but do fix the errors to improve the gameplay of other players and I. Thank you very much.

Best Game, but some issues

Ark is one of the best games on mobile devices, and I have spent the most time playing it by far. It is much better than a lot of open world survive games with better graphics, and far less limitations. The only problem I have it the crashes. I almost always play on multiplayer servers, and there is quite a bit of lag. One time I was doing the quest to ride around the island on a raft, but if you leave the raft the quest resets. I was two hours in and no less than a kilometer from completing the quest when I crashed. I had crashed before at a standstill and when I logged back on I was fine because I was still on the raft. This time, on the other hand, I was moving as fast as the raft could go, so when I logged back on I was no more than a couple meters off the raft, but that was all it took to make the quest reset. Two hours of progress just down the drain. Better than when I lost two months when I was wiped by the alphas...I play PVE now. I know how I’m making this sound like a horrible game, but it is truly amazing. There is nothing better than finally taming that griffin that you have been waiting for for the past two hours. All I’m saying is make sure you have some time on your hands to get into the higher levels, and don’t be afraid to lose some progress. Overall, it’s one of the best games.

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Information

Seller
Wildcard Properties LLC

Size
2 GB

Category
Games

Compatibility
iPhone
Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
iPad
Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
iPod touch
Requires iOS 9.0 or later.

Age Rating
12+ Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear ThemesInfrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy ViolenceInfrequent/Mild Realistic Violence

Copyright
© Wildcard Properties LLC

Price
Free

In-App Purchases

  1. Primal Pass Monthly$4.99
  2. 50 Ancient Amber$2.99
  3. 200 Ancient Amber$9.99
  4. 15 Ancient Amber$0.99
  5. 1000 Ancient Amber$39.99
  6. God Console$14.99
  7. ARKetype: Eerie Pistol$2.99
  8. ARKetype: Crow Bar$6.99
  9. Ascendant Creature Unlock$19.99
  10. ARKetype: Cantilever Platform$2.99

Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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Ark plays better on mobile than you'd think, but really needs crossplay

I punched a tree in my doctor's waiting room yesterday. I was hanging out for an appointment, and I had Ark: Survival Evolved's mobile edition running on my phone. My headphones were in, piping the sound of jungle and beach to my brain. Punching trees, picking up rocks, running from dinosaurs—the whole bit. Then I felt a nurse tap my shoulder, so I unplugged my headphones, stood up, and started to close the application.

That's when my character defecated. A wet fart played over my iPhone's speakers to the waiting room. I could have said a lot of funny things in response to the nurse's arched eyebrow—lots of things would have been clever and witty and made a great anecdote for this article. Instead, I turned bright red and said, "Ha! Heh. Um..." Thanks, Ark!

Is Ark mobile really Ark? 

When Ark came out last year, I found it a fascinating, confusing mess of a game. It was very full of stuff to do (Build a raft! Smelt steel! Do landscape photography!) and very broken in basic ways. It was wonderful, it was frustrating; it was a bloated grind, and I had hours of memorable experiences inside its weird, stupid world.

When Ark came out on mobile devices, I confess to having a morbid curiosity about it. Before this, I'd done very little mobile gaming, and I'd never ventured beyond phone-friendly puzzle games like Threes or Holedown. I didn't think there was a chance that a game like Ark—a game we called "the new Crysis" when it comes to making PC hardware burn up and die—would translate to a pocket processor and a touch screen. No way.

Like a caveman crafting himself a laser rifle with a wooden screwdriver, Ark's developers somehow managed to do it. Ark for mobile is.... Well, it's Ark. It's a bit grindy, it's a bit stupid, your character shits themself twice a day, and you can put a saddle on a Triceratops and ride it into battle. It's Ark!

How's it run? 

On my relatively new 2017 iPhone X, Ark mobile runs shockingly well. For all I can see on my tiny screen, the graphics are quite nice. Though the draw distance has been pulled way, way down, the sunny beaches and forbidding jungles of Ark's primary island look just like they do on PC.

That said, Ark's wizardry only extends to far. It looks good, but that power is paid for by lightning and fire: This game eats phone battery like a Stegosaurus cutting through berries. Even all that juice can't quite power my hardware to a seamless Ark show. Framerates crash for a few seconds if I suddenly turn a corner and see a magnificent vista. This ruins the view a little bit, but can also be deadly. A big dinosaur suddenly charging can also cause framerates to judder, making it hard to fight back.

Another thing that makes the framerate freak out is the third-person camera. Using the camera to pan around and check out my survivor's filthy rags works OK, but the game's performance really suffered when I tried moving around outside of the first-person perspective.

This may be specific to the iPhone X, but Ark also makes my phone run hot. Like, really hot. There's a hotspot almost exactly behind the little Apple logo that absolutely smolders after about an hour. There may be larger iPads or Android devices that can run Ark effortlessly, but here's what I can say for sure: the best iPhone on the market right now barely hangs on.

How are the controls? 

The touchscreen translation of a full keyboard's worth of inputs came out better than I expected, but still far from great. Ark replaced lots of the nuance of a mouse and keyboard with menus; instead of right-clicking to craft, for example, scroll to the Crafting menu page and tap the Craft button.

Moving around by swiping on the left side of the screen and looking up and down by swiping the right side of the screen is very smooth, but the controls lack precision. Sometimes it's hard to point at this rock instead of that tree, and Ark's jungles are very crowded. Worse, slight differences between inputs caused me a lot of pain. I touch-and-hold my tamed dinosaur to open his menu screen, but sometimes I accidentally just touch him, punching him right in his dumb scaly face. It's a good thing my Dilophosaur doesn't know how to open the kibble bin, or he would have murdered me a long time ago.

Combat can get pretty iffy, too. An auto-aim feature helps out with fast-moving targets that would be hard to hit in an emergency. It mostly works, staying locked on target while I stab-stab-stab at angry dinosaurs. Here again, though, the lack of precision once made me stop to pick up a rock instead of punching a predator, and that mistake almost killed me.

Touchscreen crafting controls fare better in the translation. Placing a wall in the right way in the right place is easy when the snap-to-fit building feature understands what I want to build. It's nearly impossible if it doesn't. Desktop Ark servers are famous for their megastructures and intricately built gothic mansions, but the prospect of trying to farm and perfectly place all those pieces sounds exhausting.

Ark mobile is also just… slower? Everything takes longer than I think it should. Between navigating menus and moving around with the touchscreen controls, every task seems to take forever. Ark has always been a horrific grind, but moving to mobile just made the controls less efficient.

Can I play with my PC friends? 

No. Ark mobile has "crossplay" in that Android and iOS players can join the same servers, but the desktop version and the mobile version are separate beasts. Alas, the dream of playing a desktop MMO at home, leaving, and continuing to grind resources from a phone is still just a dream.

What's the catch? 

Ark mobile is free for anyone, and that means that it wants to get money in other ways. Every 90 minutes, a small icon offers a Faustian bargain: watch a commercial in exchange for a gift, like a crafting recipe or a stamina potion. There's also a menu page offering a Primal Pass subscriptions service. Subscribing for $4 a month or $35 a year removes the ads (and removes the gifts, I guess) and doubles how fast characters levels up. Primal Pass also opens up access to "preferred servers" where subscribers gather, smoke cigars, and laugh at the poors.

Should I play it if I love Ark? 

You do what you want, I'm not your dad—but I won't be spending a lot of time there. The deciding factor is simple: damn it, I am not going to do all that farming again. Because the desktop and mobile versions are separate, playing both just means that I'll have two Ark realities: one where my home is built and my dinosaurs are trained, and one where I have to start from scratch and grind all over again—except this time, the grind will be even worse.

I suspect that the mobile version of Ark isn't really for people who already love Ark, or actively play it on PC. Ark mobile is a free-to-play way to introduce Ark to people who aren't usually into desktop survival games. And it's true that farming and gathering in Ark is a good fit for a mobile device that is always in a pocket, always ready for five minutes of tree-punching or berry-picking. Ark mobile can't replace the full version, but it is excellent at looking pretty and broadcasting inappropriate shitting noises to doctors' waiting rooms.

Ark: Survival Evolved is available for free on iTunes and Google Play.

Sours: https://www.pcgamer.com/ark-survival-evolved-mobile/
ARK: Survival Evolved MOBILE Vs PC

'ARK: Survival Evolved' Mobile Guide: How to Craft, Tame & Get Ancient Amber

ARK: Survival Evolved has arrived on mobile, and we want to make sure you get the most out of your survival experience. The game doesn't tell you much, so this guide is designed to introduce you to the basics. You'll learn how to craft supplies, manage your meters, tame creatures and get Ancient Amber.

THE BAREBONES BASICS OF 'ARK: SURVIVAL EVOLVED'

ARK: Survival Evolved gives players a singular task: survive. Once you die, all progress is lost from a previous save. The mode you choose to play determines the threats you'll face. When playing a solo game or online PvE, your main adversaries are the Dinos on the Island. If you're playing PvP, however, you'll also have to deal with the hostility of other players.

If you just want to know the basics of ARK, solo mode is the best place to start. For the purposes of this guide, that's what we'll be doing. The opening screens are pretty self-explanatory, but here are a few tips you should know.

  • You can use the various toggles to change the race, size and gender of your survivor. Other than hairstyles and clothing cosmetics in the later game, most of this stuff can't be changed. Design something you'll be OK with for the long haul.
  • Always select a spawn point by the southern beaches. There are very few threats there as long as you don't go out of your way to approach or attack other creatures.

Once you spawn on the breach, the first thing you want to do is start collecting resources. That means picking up stones by tapping them and tapping trees to get thatch and wood. The latter does a little damage to your health, so harvest some berries to eat later on to replenish your health.

Everything you collect goes into your personal inventory. To access it, tap the small backpack icon in the upper-left corner of the screen and tap the inventory tab to the right. It defaults to the crafting menu. Crafting begins with the Stone Pick, which you can make after you grab some wood, thatch and stone.

Once it's crafted, the Pick goes into your inventory. It can then be tapped and dragged to your Hot Bar in the corner of the menu. While you're there, drag some berries into your Hot Bar too. When you back out, you can access them by tapping their icon in the bottom right. Here are some tips for dealing with your needs early on. Your HUD on the bottom of the screen or the top-right will tell you when needs must be met.

  • Eat if you're hungry or low on health.
  • Find shade if you're too hot.
  • Go in the water if you're thirsty.

LEVELING & CRAFTING

If you've made it this far, your character is probably ready to level up. You'll know that's the case when the arrow icon on your HUD starts blinking. So, enter your inventory and click the player silhouette icon. This screen shows your player's stats. Each time you level up, you can pick one stat to increase. The increases get smaller each time you level up. As a beginner, you should put most of your emphasis on Health, Weight and Speed. That allows you to take more damage, carry more resources and run away from threats.

Leveling also gives you access to Engram Points. These points give you blueprints to craft new things. The blueprints available to you correspond to your level. At this point, let's get started with a Campfire. Tap the icon and it will transition over to your Crafting tab. There, you can see a list of all the supplies you need to make each item. In this case, the Campfire requires thatch, flint, stone and wood. Get flint by hitting rocks with your pick.

Once you have the required supplies, you can craft the Campfire and place it by tapping its icon in your inventory. Drag and drop where you'd like to place it. If you make a mistake in positioning, you can always hit the arrow-like undo button in the top left of the screen.

Just like your survivor, certain structures and Dinos have inventories too. With the Campfire selected, you'll notice a similar backpack icon in the top left. Tap it. Drag a couple pieces of wood from your inventory over to the Campfire and press "light fire." At this point you'll level up again and get more Engram Points.

Craft a Stone Hatchet, just like you did the Campfire, and equip it. It functions similar to the Pick, but the two tools compliment each other.

  • The Pick harvests more thatch, flint and meat.
  • The Hatchet harvests more wood, stone and hide.

The main thing to know from here is that you get the fastest levels by going through that process of foraging and spending Engram Points to craft things. Some items to be aware of are the Bow at level 10, Tranquilizer Arrows at level 21, Mortar and Pestle at level 6 and your basic building foundations at levels 4 and 5.

BUILDING A BASE

As mentioned, levels 4 and 5 are your thatch building tiers. Once you're there and have all the Engrams unlocked, start collecting lots of thatch, fiber, wood and hide to build walls, foundations, roofs, doors and doorframes.

For a decent single-player starter hut, here's what you need:

  • Four foundations
  • 15 walls
  • One doorframe
  • One door
  • Four roofs

In order to craft multiple items at once, long tap the icon in the crafting menu and drag the slider to the number you want. After a few rounds of gathering, you'll eventually get what you need. The next step is to set up a location. For a starter hut, just place it on flat ground in a non-threatening area. Since you've been hanging out on the beach, that shouldn't be a problem.

The easiest way to build is to take all those items and place them in the Hot Bar for a little while. Exit the inventory and tap the foundation button to put your foundations down first. It works very similar to the Campfire we placed earlier. Tap once to set the basic location and then you'll have the option to rotate. Tap again when it's orientated the way you like.

The next step is to place your walls. Tap the icon and place them around the foundations. Make sure to leave room for the door and doorframe, because those essentially take up one wall section. With the amount of walls we've crafted, you should be able to build two levels and put the four roofs on top. It's all fairly simple because the building materials snap into place.

With the house fully constructed, the next step is to build a bed. To do this you must unlock the Hide Sleeping Bag Engram at level 4. Do that, and the option for Simple Bed will appear. When you make a Simple Bed, you can save your progress at any time in that location until the bed is destroyed. You may need some hide at this point, so craft some spears and hunt some Dodos on the beach. Remember to harvest hide with your Hatchet!

After that, you'll basically have all the comforts of home.

THE BASICS OF TAMING

A huge part of the ARK experience is taming Dinos to make them a part of your squad. The mobile version of the game has over 80 Dinos, and they each have unique taming methods. Passive tames don't require combat, while active ones do. Because of that, active tames are generally much more difficult to pull off. With that in mind, we suggest a minimum level of 21 before going forward.

For starters, a classic ARK tame is the Triceratops, or Trike. You can ride them, and they work as your berry-hunting machines in the early game. In order to prepare for the hunt, you first need to craft the Trike Saddle at level 16. That allows you to ride it once you make the capture.

Afterward, you'll also need to collect lots of stone, spoiled meat (regular meat decayed with time) and Mejoberries to assist in making the Mortar and Pestle and Narcotics that can be unlocked at level 6. Once you're ready, place the Mortar in your base behind the door so it stays out of the way. In the inventory of the Mortar, you'll see the option to make Narcotics. That's why you needed spoiled meat and Mejoberries.

Narcotics in hand, the next thing you must craft is the Bow at level 10. You'll also be able to craft simple Stone arrows when you've unlocked it. At level 21, however, it's possible to make Tranquilizer Arrows that use the Narcotics you produce. These are key to knocking out large Dinos from a distance. It's possible to do this a little sooner, but by now you're totally prepared for a fight. The last thing to do before getting to that is to stock up on berries.

Find a Trike on the beach and look for a spot to approach it from high ground. Start shooting at it, and, if you're lucky, the Dino will just glitch out and start running into the wall. Since you've established distance and height, just shoot five or six arrows into the Trike and watch it go down.

At this point wait for a safe time to approach it and start filling its inventory with as many berries from your inventory as you possibly can. The tame timer goes up very slowly, so do something else while all of that's going on. Once it's done, the Trike is yours. Place the saddle on it and watch it harvest an insane amount of berries as you ride.

HOW TO GET ANCIENT AMBER

Ancient Amber is exclusive to the mobile version of ARK: Survival Evolved. It's the premium currency that allows you to cut back on the grind by offering limited XP boosts, single-use items and a quick path to building full structures. You can purchase it in packs with real money from the virtual store, but there are several randomized ways to get it in-game.

  • Harvest from Dinos
  • Find Amber Deposits
  • Get it randomly as a Free Gift by watching ads
  • Find it on the ground
  • Find inside special rocks

Because finding Ancient Amber is so random, there honestly isn't a good way to farm it in-game. That being said, it shouldn't become a necessary factor in single-player games at lower levels. It could be used as a way to pay for fast advantages in PvP, but not having Ancient Amber won't necessarily get in the way of enjoying yourself offline.

There's obviously a ton more to do in a complex game like ARK: Survival Evolved, but now you should understand what the main experience is all about. It's a bit intimidating at first, but the gameplay loop is pretty simple once you know what to do.

ARK: Survival Evolved is available now on PC, Xbox One, PS4, Android, iOS, OS X and Linux.

What are your thoughts on ARK for Android and iOS? Are you a fan of the survival grind? Tell us in the comments section!

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Survival mobile ark evolved

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Logo Mobile.svg This article is about content exclusively available in the version on Mobile.

ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile is a free-to-play mobile version of ARK: Survival Evolved released on June 14, 2018 for iOS and Android.

Official description

Dive into the ultimate mobile dino-adventure with ARK: Survival Evolved! A massive game world combines with 80+ unique dinosaurs and primal creatures for you to capture and tame - making for a survival experience bar-none. Meet up with other players and friends in this Jurassic-era world, to form tribes and work together to build colonies of survivors.

Based on the genre-defining adventure from PC and consoles, ARK: Survival Evolved challenges you to survive and thrive on a mysterious island, where you start out alone and unarmed. Gather resources and craft tools to build shelter and hunt. Expand your domain while capturing and taming dinosaurs to do your bidding. Make new friends online, form tribes, and build mighty structures to defend against man and mega-predators alike!

Features of ARK: Survival Evolved include:

  • 80+ Dinosaurs: Use cunning strategy and tactics to tame, train, ride and breed the many dinosaurs and other primeval creatures roaming the dynamic, persistent ecosystems across land, sea, air, and even underground.
  • Discover: Explore a massive living and breathing prehistoric landscape as you find the means to survive, thrive, and escape on the Ark.
  • Craft and Build: Using any means necessary to survive, craft weapons, clothes, and items, and build shelters, villages, or even large cities.
  • Survive Alone or With Others: Group up with, or prey on, hundreds of other players in a large-scale online world or choose to go it alone in single-player mode.
  • Join a Tribe: The 'Tribe' system encourages cooperation, by supporting dynamic parties to share resources, XP, and re-spawn points.

Ancient Amber


Ancient Amber is a premium currency that can be used to purchase instant-crafting structures, character buffs, other special consumables and to resurrect dead creatures (tamed or wild).

Primal Pass


Primal Pass is a subscription available for $4.99 USD a month or $39.99 USD a year. It provides a permanent double XP buff, 20 additional tame slots, a monthly loot promo code, the removal of all ads (including those on Free Gifts), reserved slots on all servers, early access to news & upcoming special events, one additional Ancient Amber per ad watched and access to Primal Pass-exclusive servers that have Crafting Stations disabled (but not buffs and items).

Creatures

A total of 301 creatures have been released.

Eerie Creatures

Eerie Creatures are a special variant of Creatures that appear in Dungeons. Eerie Creatures have a special glow and provide a challenge for survivors who wander into Dungeons.

Sours: https://ark.fandom.com/wiki/ARK:_Survival_Evolved_Mobile
ARK: Survival Evolved Mobile - Gameplay Walkthrough Part 1 (iOS, Android)

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