Monster Galaxy Gets Updated to Version 1.4
Version 1.4 of Monster Galaxy includes the Evolution Exchange, the Hoppy Lunar New Year event, an account-switching function and numerous bug fixes.
The Monster Galaxy team has announced that the version 1.4 update for the monster-taming mobile title is now officially live.
Next to various bug fixes, the latest version includes the release of the Evolution Exchange, the start of the Hoppy Lunar New Year event and the introduction of an account-switching function.
The Evolution Exchange lets you put your unused Moga cards to good use by bringing them to the Mystery Shop and exchanging them for fragments of higher quality. The Mystery Shop features two tabs, “Hot” and “Ordinary”, with the Moga located in the “Hot” tab changing regularly, while the Moga found in “Ordinary” are there to stay, with more Moga set to be added in this latter tab. You cannot swap Moga cards if they are on-chain, on the shelf, in battle, wearing equipment or above level 1.
The Hoppy Lunar New Year event comes with a festive mini-game where the goal is to catch falling envelopes by moving the Lunar Rabbit. These envelopes have special puzzle pieces, and collecting six different pieces will allow you to create a special Moga. This mini-game can be played up to 3 times a day, with rewards sent to the registered email address. You can also get prizes by using the in-game share buttons that let you post about the event on social media once a day.
As for the account-switching function, the game will now remember the inputted account info for some time, letting you hop on by tapping on your account saved in the login interface, thus eliminating the need to re-verify your email address whenever you want to play, as that’ll now only be needed upon expiration of the validity period.
For more details on the new features, as well as a list of all the bug fixes, you can check out the official update post here.
Next to this update, players can also look forward to enjoying more Moga Quests for this month, with one already concluded, while another is nearing its end.