iMob Online as it stands today is not dramatically different than it was when it was released. Among the other text based iPhone MMO RPGs is remains on the simpler end, not quite as involved as PlayMesh games like iMafia or Storm8's Live series. At the same time iMob Online may have the cleanest interface that allows for an amount of usability. The principles remain the same all through iMob Online, especially when it comes to leveling up and completing missions. Missions are used to gain experience and money, but the best iMob Online tip that can be followed is to simply avoid leveling up too quickly. This allows you to control your iMob Online account, add more people to your mob with iMob Online Friend Codes, and stock up on both property investments and weapons. This standard has extended to every game in the series and has marked the way people approach every title released from The Godfather since.
The design of iMob Online right now is the result of the one major overhaul that was done to it. This overhaul was not shared by the other games already released by The Godfather, like iKnights Online or iVampires Online. Instead it was used as the launching pad for what would become the sleek new look of Race or Die, a game that matched iMob Online's consistent success from there on out.
Part of what maintains iMob Online's success is the a unison between the obvious interface that makes playing it a little more intrinsic than some of its competitors and the fact that you will have small additions given to the game both simply by leveling up and downloading the constant iMob Online updates. The Godfather releases small iMob Online updates with free Respect Points packages on almost a constant basis. iMob Online Respect Points are expensive in general, but can be incredibly useful for getting to the next stage of competitiveness. Every time you have access to iMob Online Respect Points it is almost standard for every player to rush them like its Christmas Eve, especially knowing that all the other players you are going up against are quickly downloading these free Respect Points as well. With these iMob Online Respect Points you constantly have the drive to download the associated iMob Online update, which works to keep everyone's account up to speed. This actually gives The Godfather more control over the software and ensures that your game constantly has more additions. These are dropped through incrementally so that you constantly have something to strive for in iMob Online and never hit dull patches throughout. Today there is constant synergy between all the games from The Godfather as free Respect Points and different iMob Online promotional weapons are given away for downloading updates of the other games, like iVampires Online or Race or Die.
The iMob Online Friend Code system was also a unique part of gameplay that was then replicated by all competing titles, except those created by PlayMesh. What The Godfather did was assign each account an iMob Online Friend Code that they shared with other players. Those players would enter that iMob Online Friend Code to add that player to their mob, and visa versa. Since it was best to be indiscriminate when building your mob the common tip was to always spread your iMob Online Friend Codes around as much as possible, especially on web boards and social networking sites. This created a huge surge in websites and expensive paid iPhone applications dedicated just to sharing iMob Online Friend Codes, and the particular Friend Codes of similar games. As iMob Online has been one of the longest running of any of these titles you can now see those people who have maintained their iMob Online Friend Codes for extensive periods of time achieving mobs with many thousand members.
Ironically this anniversary for iMob Online does not mark any foreseeable great changes. Most of the successful iMob Online tips, such as focus on properties first and leveling up later, remain as steadfast as they did with the first version. Instead look for small iMob Online updates instead of big ones, and note that free Respect Points will continue to be a part of gameplay.