Nexus Client on iOS
On behalf of Jeremy Saunders:
We’re excited to announce that the mobile version of Nexus Client is finally on both Android and iPhone! That’s right, you can now carry the epicness of Iron Realms Entertainment in your pocket and experience the thrill of MUD gaming whenever the mood strikes you.
We’ve got you covered no matter what phone or tablet you have. Android users can snag the Nexus in the Google Play Store over here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ironrealms.nexus. For all our iOS folks, you can get your hands on it via the Apple Store right here: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/nexus-mud-client/id1641739522. So, whether you’re Team Android or Team iPhone, you can now join the party!
As both versions are still very new, we need your help to make the client even more awesome. We’re talking reviews. If you’re loving the mobile experience, please take a moment to leave a review on your app store of choice. Your feedback assists us considerably and also helps new players find the community.
We get it, bugs happen. But fret not! If you encounter any pesky bugs or issues, we’ve got a solution. Just follow the simple steps outlined on our bug submission page. You can find it here: https://nexus.ironrealms.com/How_To_Submit_Bugs. Together, we can squash those bugs and make the Nexus Client the best it can be!
You can also get help and let us know about potential problems in the Nexus discord. Here is a link for everyone looking to join: https://discord.gg/czsFhfbW.
Quick reminder for all you browser warriors: Don’t forget that you can still dive into our games straight from your trusty web browser. No installation required. You can find the client here: https://play.ironrealms.com, and let the adventures begin!
We can’t thank you enough for being part of the Iron Realms family. Your support means the world to us, and we’re committed to delivering the most epic gaming experience ever. Stay tuned for updates and get ready for mind-blowing adventures in the Iron Realms!
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