Kemco – the company responsible for releasing dozens of RPGs on mobile platforms – has released yet another RPG on Google Play. As is the case with many of their titles, Chronus Arc has you play as a young man (Loka) who sets out on a journey to save the planet. The ‘Chronus Fragments’ are needed to prepare for the ‘Time Rewinding’, which only takes place once every 10 years.
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Released by Hyunmin Ryu, The Fable of Ruby is an action/adventure game that’s now out on Android. In this game, players will be assuming the eponymous role of Ruby, who takes it upon her self to climb to the top of a mysterious tower. At some point down the road, the developer plans to include more into the story at a later date.
It’s Friday which means it is time for another round-up of all the Android games currently on sale over on Google Play. While there isn’t a whole lot special with this upcoming weekend, there seems to be a lot of games on sale right now, with a lot of the titles being discounted are more along the lines of being franchises, such as a number of LEGO games or Bridge Constructor titles.
Humble Bundle, the popular gaming service, has a new Android-centric bundle available. Based around a particular theme, this bundle has an RPG focus to it. As usual, there are multiple pricing tiers.
Released by Trilith – EGG, Tiles and Tales is a new entry into the growing catalog of hybrid puzzle/RPG games. In this game, players will be tasked with freeing the kingdom of Zanira from an invading army of Norbolds. This will be accomplished by sliding colored tiles around a board that is broken up into a five by five grid, with the color denoting what that tile can accomplish.
Released by Kurechii, Postknight is a new and casual RPG that’s now available on Android. Players begin the game by being offered knighthood, in return for delivering a batch of letters. From there, players begin a journey throughout the kingdom of Kurestal, laden with various quests, all of which turn out to be deliveries that are quite dangerous to undertake.
Released by Warped Tales, Unhappy Ever After is an RPG that came from Kickstarter, and has recently been ported over to Android. In this game, players will be assuming the role of an apprentice to Queen Anne’s librarian, named Sophia. This apprentice is mysteriously whisked away to another world, where literacy has been banned.
Fans of Dungeon Crawlers may want to take a look at this upcoming entrant into the fold: dubbed Dungeon Rushers, this is a game that focuses on turn based combat, crafting items, and even level editing. The game is based around the story of Elian, a professional toilet cleaner. He is dissatisfied with his life, and is aspiring for more. Thus, he elects to join a community of dungeon looters, where he falls in with other colorful characters that seek to end the monopolization of said dungeons by an sinister corporation.
In what looks to be one of the most amazing jumps in the quality of a sequel, Developers Cornfox & Bros.’ Oceanhorn: Knights of the Lost Realm is improving on the original game on every level possible. It features a new protagonist in a different time period, a new perspective (moving from top-down, to 3rd person), a new engine (the tried and true Unreal Engine 4!), and even new features that will make this action RPG even better than the first.
Malaysian based developer, X Conique, will be launching their newest title, Dave the Knight, on Google play soon. The game, which features graphics resembling flash-based web browser titles, is currently out in Beta for those curious enough to test it out.