Now that exams are finally over (for many of you, at least) and summer holiday is on, you’re probably on the hunt for some cool new games to keep you busy on those long, hot afternoons when you have nothing else to do but tweet, like and share.

Game Insight, the Russian mobile game developer “guilty” of unleashing in Google Play such popular titles as Paradise Island, Crime Story, Rule the Kingdom or Diamonds Blaze, is currently working on an MMORPG that, at least on paper, looks to fit the bill.

Dragon Eternity might not be the future World of Warcraft for mobile devices, but it could well be the reason for many a nights spent slaying monsters on a 4-inch gadget. Like any respected MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game), Dragon Eternity will have two big aces up its sleeve.

On one hand, you’ll be able to enjoy complex and exciting multiplayer modes, including five different types of PVP (player vs player) battles, while on the other hand, there’ll be a lot of non-repetitive gameplay to always keep you on your toes.

Game Insight’s Dragon Eternity should come with no less than 500 different monsters to battle, thousands of quests and missions to complete, three main character classes to choose from, many ways to level up, upgrade or change the way the game behaves, as well as armor, weapons and all the stuff that makes a role-playing game addictive.

Best of all, Dragon Eternity will be made available, in good old fashioned Game Insight tradition, as a freemium title in Google Play, meaning you’ll be asked to pay absolutely nothing to start playing it. Of course, you might be faced with the choice of doing some in-game purchases, but that’ll probably be 100% optional, so you’ll likely be able to enjoy all of the app’s main features and functions at no charge.

Game Insight has even thought of those of you with a more peaceful nature and will offer you the chance to avoid battles and fights of any kind, but rather choose a crafting or gathering job, and live a simple, yet fulfilling virtual life.

Dragon Eternity is still in development, but should hit Android, iOS and HTML5 capable web browsers in a matter of weeks or a couple of months, tops. The game’s web-based version is in beta and is currently tested by over a million players globally, so, if you’d like to give a hand, speed up the testing process, and have some fun while you’re at it, you should go over to Dragon Eternity’s official website.

If you’re curious to see this new MMORPG from Game Insight performing on your mobile device, keep in touch with our site and we will surely be informing you exactly when to look for it in Google Play.