For the mobile game developed by KOG Studios, see Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser.

Grand Chase M was a tactical role-playing mobile spin-off of the original game developed by a different studio, DaVinci Games. As of August 10, the game ceased development and terminated its service worldwide in 2018.


Grand Chase M is a game where you assemble a squad of 5 heroes which you can collect from stages and one pet. You need energy as indicated by the shoe icon to start adventures, and a secondary form of energy indicated by the crossed swords icon to do other tasks.


Adventures follow through the adventures from Grand Chase, the difference is that the order is different: Serdin, Kanavan, Silver Land, Ellia, Alcubra (called Atum in the game), Xenia and Archimedia. The second difference is that there are stages not present in the original game and that many of the major bosses are designated in different dungeons such as Thanatos replaced by Drawl.

After clearing Archimedia, you loop again with harder stages on 'Hero' mode, then 'Legend'. After beating Xenia on 'Legend', you will go to a brand new area that was not in the game called The Rise of the Vasin Army.

Dimension CrackEdit

Dimension Crack is a continuous dungeon instance where players can form multiple parties to progress through the levels, each level consists of 5 stages with a boss at the 5th room. By clearing a level, players could choose to opt out from continuing or vice versa upon entering the next level, all character skills' cooldown is reset, however, unlike in Adventure mode, all heroes' health does not recover after clearing a stage or a level.

The run ends when either the player leaves after a level clear, or when all of the player's parties are eliminated, or that the player manages to clear the whole run. Rewards for this mode is solely for purpose of grinding Gold with no EXP, with an accumulative amount that increases throughout each successive stage, and a Mysterious Gold Chest reward throughout each successive level. The daily reward of gems is also given to player depending on their progression efficiency compared with the rest of others.


Grand ChaseEdit

Vasin ArmyEdit

  • Wares
  • Kay
  • Wicked Rusty
  • Decimator Xenon
  • Shadow Jo
  • Kali
  • Soul Reaper Karin
  • Bard Loreley

Monster TypesEdit


The game has been met with mixed reactions from the fans of the original game, claiming that the gameplay is dull and repetitive as well as the poor management in customer support and the lack of action towards hackers. Despite the criticism, some players also expressed their appreciation for bringing Grand Chase back, even if it was in the mobile platform, and giving it a new spin.


  • There are a lot of mistranslations in Grand Chase M such as misspelled names and terms.
  • There are a lot of inconsistencies in Grand Chase M throughout its story and gameplay.
    • The class system in Grand Chase M utilizes the 'Awakening' system which evolves the Grand Chase unit in its greatest potential. Oddly enough, however, some of the Awakened units use the Grand Chase characters' 3rd jobs from the original game while their 4th jobs, despite being the "strongest", are just secondary classes inferior to the Awakened units.
    • Grand Chase M uses the version of the story where Queen Enna supposedly sacrificed herself to end the five-year kingdom wars.
  • Some pets from the original game have been added in Grand Chase M as Grand Chase members such as Gwen and Lesley.
    • Ironically, the pet Gwen was meant and submitted as a Grand Chase character in the original game by its concept artist.
  • Grand Chase M introduces an area expansion that is not in the original game called The Rise of the Vasin Army which also comes with brand new characters and story lore exclusive to the game.


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