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Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf RPG gamebook gets a complete edition

Posted by wicked February - 27 - 2015 - Friday Comments Off

If you’re tired of the fast-paced, high-octane action games on smartphones but aren’t exactly willing to go over to the more laid back yet addictive, sometimes frustrating, casual games, then maybe it’s time to give gamebooks a try. Fortunately for you, one of the more popular ones is landing with a bang. Although Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf has actually been around for quite a while, even on Android, it is only now that it is coming in one complete package, and with a time-limited discount to boot.

For those not familiar with the genre, gamebooks are games that unfold in a Choose Your Own Adventure style of gameplay. Most of them resort to lots of text with a few added graphics, so yes, you will be reading a lot in this type of game. That, however, is where Lone Wolf differs. Although it still does employ text-based narratives, it makes heavy use of graphics. The user interface, for one, is laden with stylized medieval knobs and controls. Cutscenes are often animated. And the battles? Well they happen in almost turn-based full 3D style. The latter part might be a problem for some who’ve found Lone Wolf’s implementation a tad unsatisfying.

As for the contents of the game itself, you take the role of the titular hero who is the last of an order of warrior monks tasked with protecting the land. Although the game does play out like a book, any one with experience in CYOA books will know there are multiple paths and multiple endings. And, like in any RPG, you can customize your character with various abilities (Kai disciplines) and items.

Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf has been available on Android for some time now, but, while the first chapter of the game is free, the next three have to be purchased in-game. That is what this complete edition brings to the table. A full game, no in-app purchases required. This includes all four chapters of the game: Blood on the Snow, Forest Hunt, The Shianti Halls and Dawn over V’taag. Sadly, the game does have a rather hefty price tag of $9.99. And that’s only for now, with a promo discount, so better grab it if it tickles your fancy.


Download: Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf Complete

Kemco offers popular RPG games for less than a dollar each

Posted by wicked February - 25 - 2015 - Wednesday Comments Off

Kemco is one of those generous mobile game developers who regularly offer their paid games at a more affordable price of $0.99. Just last month, the company put eight games on sale. This February, Kemco is offering another sale–with seven games now available for less than a dollar. This is a good promo for those who’ve been wanting to buy some of Kemco game titles but are hesitant to spend their hard-earned money.

Here’s a rundown of the seven games Kemco recently put up on sale:

RPG Covenant of Solitude.

(1) Covenant of Solitude
This RPG (role playing game) involves genies that has the ability to commune with and control monsters. These humans were persecuted at first but with their powers, they’ve been called to salvage the village when the Empire invaded. A young man named Fort is the hero trying to save Legna and Elicia, his friends from the orphanage.

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(2) Cross Hearts Arcadia
Another great adventure between an Eng and its Algiz. This RPG involves an egg turning into a fairy (Tylt), asking Nirva to travel to the Genesis Sanctuary. Create different weapons to use in battle.

RPG Illusion of L'Phalcia
(3) Illusion of L’Phalcia
The Sword of Amal is one powerful  weapon believed to be able to grant any wish. Problem is, chaos is brought into the world by those wishes and desires of those who seek the sword.

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(4) Rusted Emeth
Become a Bounty Hunter and track down Bounty Targets on a Golem. Jink tries to make a living riding Golems. He is challenged to hunt down Bounty Targets in the Commune of Bista.


(5) Shelterra the Skyworld
Discover and save Skyworld in this fantasy game. Our hero Claude resides in a floating continent called Shelterra. He becomes a professional adventurer who later on discovers his town might fail to the surface.

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(6) Silver Nornir
The Peacekeeper, the Keeper of Time, and the Goddess are the heroes of the new world of Silver Nornir. Fight in an intense battle system that includes combo moves, special moves, and more magic gems.

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(7) Symphony of the Origin
The lands where the humans, elves and dwarves live are attacked by  unknown hideous creatures. They’ve been frequent and widespread, with the attackers committing the most terrible of atrocities you can imagine. Help young swordsman  apprentice fight all Evils.

Kemco usually offers sales like this every last week of each month so this means you have until the 28th to download each game for just a back. Next month, we hope to see more games to go on sale. We’ll see.

VIA: Droid Gamers

Tap Heroes turn an RPG into a cut-out puppet show

Posted by wicked February - 24 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

Once in a while you come across an idea or an implementation that is so out of this world that it becomes interesting and even enticing. Tap Heroes, a new game on Android, is probably one of those. By all other accounts, it would be yet another RPG title trying to make a grab for your money. But the game presents things in such a strange way that you almost feel like tapping your way into the fantasy world and eventually buying the game as well.

It’s hard to describe this game’s visuals as “retro” because it doesn’t have the same marks of games like the earlies Zelda or Final Fantasy games. It does, however, make use of the same same low res, pixelated graphics assets that you can find in many, many mobile games nowadays. What makes Tap Heroes interesting, at least from a presentation aspect, is the way it makes the game look like a puppet show. Not sock puppets, mind you, but those cardboard cutouts you’d hoist on sticks to move around.

Tap Heroes’ curiousity extends into the gameplay. Whereas old school RPGs would have you set your own pace and modern action RPGs would have you mash buttons, physical or virtual, in combos, Tap Heroes takes a sort of middle route. As the name suggests, you will do a lot of tapping to accomplish your goals. It’s a bit like (virtual) button mashing, but more frantic.

In all other aspects, the game has your staples of any RPG. Lots of monsters to fight, lots of achievements to unlock, and, best of all, a “ridiculous amount of loot”! There are two versions of Tap Heroes available. One is the ad-riddled free version and the other one, formally named “Tap Heroes!” (note the exclamation mark) costs $0.99 to get rid of the ads and for an extra chapter. Sadly, both versions have in-app purchases.


Download: Tap Heroes (Free), (Paid)

Kingdom Come – play super addictive turn-based match three adventure!

Posted by wicked February - 23 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off
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Install Kingdom Come infuses additive match three gaming in a unique turn-based strategy adventure! Take the quest to fight hoards of minions from Hades and rescue the captured princess. There’s plenty of battles, special pegs to match, power-ups to unlock to become victorious. Let’s play! Price: Free, Offers in-app purchases Tested on: Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung… View Article

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Tactics: Conqueror’s War is a card-based strategy game

Posted by wicked February - 17 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

Card-based mobile games have grown in popularity these days, so much so that even a top gaming outfit like Blizzard has made its own. There are a lot of card-based Android games out there, but the ones that are compelling are fewer. Maybe this new game – Tactics: Conqueror’s War – will catch your fancy.

Tactics: Conqueror’s War (TCW) is a card game at its core, and most of you who play card-based games will know what that means – build up your deck, because usually, the one with the most effective, varied and powerful deck wins. In TCW, you build your deck with character cards, using a fusion process (mix a card with another card), and dungeon crawling.


There are a few twists to the basic mechanic though. The gameplay is more like a “capture the flag” game – there are points on a map that you need to conquer. Also, your deck will need support and resources – this comes by building your own town, and therein buildings which produce resources so that your deck can function in its conquering tasks.


Sounds interesting, yes? There is also a guild feature, where you can team up with other players. The game is available as a free download via the Google Play Store (see link below), with in-app purchases. Try it out and tell us all about it.

DOWNLOAD: Google Play Store

Play a tabletop RPG digitally with Paper Dungeons

Posted by wicked February - 16 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

Translating board games into digital versions can be tricky at times, with the challenge to make it more interactive and exciting than in the physical world. Creating a game from scratch, with a tabletop RPG format and no existing user base to spur it along may be even more difficult. Paper Dungeons is a dungeon crawler with customizable features and a boardgame sensibility and is now out for Andoid devices.

Paper Dungeons was released as an Early Access game in Steam last year, and now the fantasy board-game is making its way to mobile devices. It has four single player modes available: Boardgame, Campaign, Rogue, and Puzzle modes. Boardgame mode is a long adventure set, wherein everytime you play a new dungeon, it resets to level 1 (although you do keep the inventory you’ve gathered along the way in previous games). You get to roll a dice, and based on this as well as your statistics, it will determine where the monsters and items will be placed on your board.

Campaign mode is a full-fledged game with up to 10 dungeons linked together, and you don’t need to reset for every new one. Rogue mode lets your character level up as you play the game, but when you die, you get to have your name on the Halls of Fame. You also get to have more powerful sets of Dice that you can use everytime you play this mode. Puzzle mode is pretty self-explanatory, and when you play these tricky levels, you know exactly there the monsters are, and you have to strategize your moves to beat them and win.

One of the greatest appeals of this game is probably the fact that it is highly customizable and you get to share your own games, created through the map editor and the campaign editor. You can choose characters from among five classes (warrior/archer/priest/mage/thief) and have them go through 125 levels in Adventure mode and 31 levels in puzzle mode. You can get Paper Dungeons as a free lite version or as a full game for just $2.85, with not IAPs needed.


Merchants of Kaidan, an RPG that focuses on your trading skills

Posted by wicked February - 16 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

Well, here’s a new thang – that a game will focus not on action but on your wits and street savvy. That’s what the new game “Merchants of Kaidan” will bring to your Android gaming experience. There’s not much visuals, but it might just offer something new for those who want to think through their games.

Merchants of Kaidan is an RPG about buying and selling, first and foremost. The action in this game is totally incidental – losing a body part on a bet, or a monster attacking you caravan of goods. The main focus is to bring your goods to market. There are risks all over, but you have to earn.


The challenge of the game is in acquiring goods without getting robbed, and then selling them to make a profit. There will be difficulties in transporting your goods – by land, sea, or air – and the four seasons will have a direct effect on the marketplace. Suddenly the game becomes more of a strategizing one.

Will people like it? Well, lots of types of gamers in the world of Android gaming. Merchants of Kaidan will probably appeal to at least a few. But will it be a relative success? We’ll have to wait to find out. The game is a paid download via the Google Play Store, get all of it for USD$5.99. Pretty pricey too. Maybe the devs want to make a tidy profit, eh?

DOWNLOAD: Google Play Store

Soul Seeker: This RPG will blow your mind, extreme challenge for the hero in you

Posted by wicked February - 9 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

There are hundreds probably thousands of RPGs (role-playing game) out there but only a few will blow your mind.  Soul Seeker is one of our few favorites because of the thrilling  and non-stop battles. If you’ve been playing this game, you can continue enjoying the the unique battle system by assembling the most powerful team os super heroes with a special support system.

To utilize set effects, you need to collect and craft the best items. You will have to explore a new world through Scenario Battles. You have no choice but to learn more about the history of Hermes as you go through this game. For different battle style, you can choose within the Battle Mode and choose from more than 200 Soul Seeker characters available.

Soul Seeker is free but in-app purchases are available if you want more items to use. This version is actually an update and is now a global release. This means you can play with other users from all over the world. As much as we don’t like it, there’s a Hell Mode that has been added. Players consider this as the hardest of the Scenario Mode.

More powerful buff effects have been added as well for a more fun and better gameplay.

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Download Soul Seeker from the Google Play Store

Become part of virtual mythology in Immortal Odyssey

Posted by wicked February - 9 - 2015 - Monday Comments Off

Mythology has been a huge part of the development of a lot of different kinds of games (actual and virtual) with its huge cast of gods, heroes, demons, villains, and other creatures that make the adventure even more interesting. A new game on Android draws on Chinese mythology to create the fantastical world of Immortal Odyssey, a turn-based RPG that has one goal, and that is to win the battle to achieve immortal life.

The east and west factions in the 2D game’s universe have been waging an eternal battle, and now you’ve become a part of the quest for immortal life. You need to form your own team, recruiting from among RPG classes: Fighter, Ranger, Knight, and Mage. And when you capture enemies along the way, like monsters, demons, and ghosts, you can actually turn them to fight with you. Your allies can be trained and upgraded to further strengthen your band of warriors.

This turn-based RPG also relies on strategy, so you don’t just rush into any free-for-all battle. You need to figure out how you and your allies can make the maximum impact to defeat your enemies and use your skills at the right moment. The characters and amazing graphics of the game is inspired by ancient Chinese mythology. All the places and settings in the game, the cities and dungeons, are works of art that can stand out on their own.

Immortal Odyssey is available to download for free on the Google Play Store. There are in-app purchases available to help you win your battles, but be careful if you don’t want to spend so much.


Kemco’s Valkyria Soul is a Norse mythic monster capture game

Posted by wicked February - 4 - 2015 - Wednesday Comments Off

Collect monsters, train them, or fuse them together through the act of “soulbinding”. This, in essence, is what gamers can do in the new game from Kemco called Valkyria Soul. If it sounds like it might be a little like Pokemon, the funny thing is that because it actually is a little similar in concept to the Japanese franchise. Read on if you fancy a Norse mythic game with Pokemon gaming elements.

Kemco’s newest release for Android takes the usual RPG and adds a new twist, that of collecting and training creatures which are essential to the game’s storyline. It is set in a post-apocalyptic world; the player takes on the role of Huginn, an in-game character who is given the task of resurrecting the Norse god Odin. Together with the legendary Maiden of Battle Regenleiv, who acts as your mentor and guides you along the way, you embark on an epic journey where you must collect and level up creatures and monsters that will come in handy in your goal to raise Odin back to life.


Instead of the usual hack-and-slash RPG where you go on quests and sub-quests to level up your main character and concentrate on fulfilling your mission, Valkyria Soul puts a premium on the collecting and training monsters aspect, which makes it quite similar to Pokemon, except for the largely Norse mythology flavor. Much of the game centers on this trait as well, as training and leveling up the monsters in your arsenal can either spell success for your quest or doom it to failure, somewhat.


If this Norse Pokemon-like game is pretty much up your alley, Valkyria Soul is available at Google Play for only USD$3.99. You can also check out the trailer (below) to give you an idea of what the game looks like.

DOWNLOAD: Google Play Store

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