Kairosoft, the Japanese developer known for its pixelated simulation games, takes a step into the world of “Gotta Catch ‘em All” with Beastie Bay. It’s available now, worldwide, on the Google Play store.
Beastie Bay, like Dungeon Village before it, is a smart blend of resource management, town building, and roleplaying mechanics. You’ll be collecting monsters with different elemental properties to accompany you as you explore new areas in hopes of attracting tourists to your island. The exploration takes place via a small window while you can control elements outside the dungeon, such as manage your Research Lab or build Ally Houses for new monsters.
Beastie Bay is free via ad-supported. There’s a $3.99 in-app purchase to remove the ads. I’ve noticed no other IAP elements, which is in line with all other Kairosoft releases.
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