|Name||Merge Myths-Dragons World|
|Updated||Aug 31, 2023|
|MOD||[Explanation] Click the price of the US dollar in the store to increase the diamond. After clicking the purchase, you ne ...|
For a long time, the Olympus was a place full with happiness.One day, a mysterious magic enveloped the Olympus Mountains, and the gods were shrouded in an evil mist. All you have to do is use fusion magic to save the once glorious Mount Olympus and save the gods
Merge Myths is a magical world that gets bigger and better with each discovery. Come play this part merge, part world-building puzzle game, as seen on Greek Mythology!
– – – SUMMON THE ANCIENT WORLD’S GREATEST HEROES – – –
Greek Gods await your arrival. You can rewrite the ancient history, oversee the rise of civilization.
⭐IT’S YOUR WORLD, YOUR STRATEGY! Drag, merge, match and organize puzzle pieces the way you want on the wide-open game board.
⭐BECOME THE MERGE MASTER! New items are always appearing, waiting to be matched, merged, combined and built.
⭐Build your collection! Match and merge to build castles, unlock and collect classic mythological characters and Olympian buildings.
⭐More magic crystals! lack of resources? Mine ore, wood, and more!
⭐Magical treasures are waiting! Collect gems, valuable gold coins, the mysterious Wand of Athena and the mighty hammer of Zeus to help expand your own mythical world!
⭐More to discover! Participate in daily matching missions to collect coins and gems or complete required orders for your character to earn rewards.
🛕Pandora🛕(Greek: “All-Gifts”) in Greek mythology, the first woman. According to Hesiod’s Theogony, after Prometheus, a fire god and divine trickster, had stolen fire from heaven and bestowed it upon mortals, Zeus, the king of the gods, determined to counteract this blessing. He accordingly commissioned Hephaestus (a god of fire and patron of craftsmen) to fashion a woman out of earth, upon whom the gods bestowed their choicest gifts. In Hesiod’s Works and Days, Pandora had a jar containing all manner of misery and evil. Zeus sent her to Epimetheus, who forgot the warning of his brother Prometheus and made Pandora his wife. She afterward opened the jar, from which the evils flew out over the earth.