Single-use temporary powerups appear (randomly) at certain places on the battlefield.

Mobile game based on League of Legends, with a casual Japanese school festival theme and zany characters. Currently only available in China and Japan, but an English release may arrive in summer 2019.

A 2D-platformer lane-pushing game. Has interesting elements of verticality, as heroes can drop quickly from top lane to lower ones.

A hardcore, ruthless, and unforgiving gameplay experience. Close sibling of DotA Allstars.

Development has ended, though the servers remain available for the time being.

Highly competitive map which popularised having a large quantity of heroes and items.

Has a large number of deeply interwoven mechanics, leading to a complex and deep competitive experience. Players have shown a high level of engagement with its massive esports scene: with the annual 'The International' tournament consistently offering the biggest prize-pools in esports history.

Has multiple bosses, and various combinations of beating them levels up your army. Also the first lane-pushing game to introduce quest items.