Ever wondered what an indie gacha game would look like? Well, you’re about to find out when Solaria launches properly on mobile.
It plays a lot like Diablo and Torchlight, with hack-and-slash-style combat. You have a basic attack, and three further skills you can use.
There’s also a button to change between a variety of different characters in combat, which is a first for a game of this type on mobile.
How Does Solaris Play?
In the only gameplay sequence we’ve seen so far, the player swapped between a fire-blasting Wizard to a Crusader-like character.
It was a pretty nifty decision when used against a horde of characters. The player chucked out a firestorm, raining down an inferno on enemies, before wading in with a great sword.
Visually, it’s a very good looking game too, with cel-shaded 3D charactrs, impressive skill effects, and environments that look like they were ripped right out of a Tales of game.
Can I Play Solaris Now?
Solaria is currently seeking play testers, though sadly only on iOS. The developer did state on r/gachagaming that an Android version is in the works though.
We just have no idea when it will arrive though. All we know is that it will arrive ‘soon’ with a caveat ‘hopefully’.
What we do know is that the development team are huge fans of gacha games, and plan to add a wide variety of heroes as the game progresses.
I’m on Android, What Do I Do?
Alternatively, keep an eye out on our best new Android games this week feature. We update this weekly, and you might find something else that you want to play.