The game's charming fantasy world is beautifully realised, with more than 10,000 gorgeous locations to explore and hundreds of quests to play. The fun isn't just limited to questing either. When you're not busy donning armour and taking up arms, you can take up a profession instead. Alchemy, farming and even cobbling are just some of the options on offer for you to ply a trade at. Rare resources and special items can also be put to use, allowing fortunes to be made thanks to the game's unique economy system, run entirely by the players.
The best part is that there's no grinding in sight when it comes to combat. Whether facing off against other players in PvP mode, or taking down bosses, you'll need to rely on strategy, skill and cunning to win - just as it should be.
If you'd like to give it a try for yourself and join the millions already playing the game, then we've got the perfect Christmas gift to get you started. Ankama, the developer behind the game, is giving away 10 gift codes which will net each winner a starter pack full of exciting goodies, including a 30-day bonus pack (XP boost), 800 Goultines (in-game currency), a Guertrude mount and even a handy emote to either greet your friends, or tell your enemies to shove their wand where the sun don't shine.
To be in with a chance of winning all you need to do is tweet us your answer to the following question:
What are the Dofus that the game is named after?
To download the game, simply head over to the App Store or Google Play. Good luck and happy questing.
It's Dofus Touch competition time! Watch this vid and reply with the answer to the question and win one of 10 Dofus Touch starter packs:— Pocket Gamer (@PocketGamer) 22 December 2017
- The competition closes at midnight 01/01/2018 GMT, and no entries will be accepted after this date.
- The winner will be notified by Twitter shortly after the closing date of the competition - make sure you are following us so your account can receive direct messages.
- The competition is open to readers worldwide.
- Pocket Gamer parent company Steel Media's decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into regarding the winners of the competition.