We’ve all been there. Saving up elixirs and god knows what else for that critical moment when you need them most. That time never comes, though, until the very final boss, and then you can’t even burn through them all before you’ve won the game. Easily, might I add, perhaps too easily, thanks largely to your stockpiled cornucopia of super-powerful crap.
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If you’re a fan of RPGs of quirky nature, then you’re bound to like this game that could easily be referred to as “Advanced Dungeons and Dragon Quest”. It’s free in the App Store.
Inspired by 8-bit and 16-bit RPG greatness, Knights of Pen & Paper mixes the turn-based battles and pixel art of Dragon Quest (Dragon Warrior) with Dungeon Master duties from Dungeons & Dragons for an intriguing mix.
2 out of 3 Delta Attack iOS owners recommend Knights of Pen & Paper. The third one didn’t get it until about two minutes ago.
Fans of old-school RPGs and tabletop gaming who own an Apple iDevice, download Knights of Pen & Paper right this instant!
Sorry, Android users, this offer only applies to the App Store.
Knights of Pen & Paper – [App Store]
There are a lot of Pokemon wannabes in the mobile space right now. From the dragon-based take of Dragon Island Blue’s to definitely Pokemon minus the overworld take of Little Masters, there’s just a lot of options for people who miss catching ‘em all.
Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete is the reason I bought a Sony Playstation so many years ago. Having read about Lunar: Silver Star on Sega CD for so many years in what eventually became a very beat-up copy of Diehard GAMEFAN, I jumped at the chance of picking up a modernized take on a supposed classic. On a system known for many great roleplaying games, Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete stood above the rest.
Sadly, in a pinch years ago, I parted with my copy of Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete and Lunar: Eternal Blue, amongst other treasured games. I thought I would never see them again.
Enter SoMoGa, the team that ported Vay, the only other Sega CD game I wanted but never played, to the App Store a few years ago. Back in April 2011, Lunar: Silver Star Story Touch was announced for the App Store. Finally, Lunar: Silver Star Story Touch is here.
That trailer above? Lame. That said, I’ve been wanting Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes for a little while now. Hell, it was the number two game on my wishlist (and only because Theatrhythm preys on my nostalgia). Excuse me while I do my little happy dance.
I don’t know why they tossed in the “Fully Adapted for Touch Screens” part, seeing as it originated on Nintendo DS. It controlled just fine, thank you very much.
Rise to Fame presents a novel concept: What if a rock band was like a band of heroes? Instead of dealing damage to kill the enemy, they dole out satisfaction to win a crowd over. It seems so simple that it makes you wonder how it had never been done before. It piqued my interest instantly.
In Rise to Fame, your band consists of the four rock staples: vocals, guitar, bass, and drums. Each character is different and presents a different role. Like most rock bands, your singer and main guitarist are the main sources of crowd satisfaction. The bassist and drummer are primarily there for support. The roles are fitting and funny in a sad way.
Think about all those roleplaying games you played growing up. Imagine you’re building Baron in Final Fantasy IV or Traverse Town in Kingdom Hearts. What do you need for your town to be the nexus for all of those adventurous souls? Would a king want a castle there?
Dungeon Village is the latest Kairosoft simulation where you build a town that caters towards adventurers. These travelers come for the monsters and stay for the atmosphere as you build your village.