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App description: A boy, a girl, and a robot set off on an adventure to save Earth from a crisis.
Introducing an RPG that will bring hearts together!

One night, the young girl Lily, living in a peaceful village, heard a strange voice speaking to her in a dream.
After telling the boy by the name of Daichi who lived next door about the voice, they followed its instructions and set off for a tower outside the village.

Meanwhile, in the distant kingdom of Zezay, the warrior Mars received a royal command from the king.

The story begins from these two separate viewpoints.
Before long, they would all find themselves embroiled in an event that would determine the fate of humanity.

- Find adventure on a huge map!
- Customize your skills freely by combining "Elemental Solids"!
- Play anywhere without worrying about losing your game progress, thanks to the autosave feature!
- A special point system lets you add extra characters and other special content. Convert defeated enemies into points!

*While IAP content requires additional fees, by no means it is necessary for finishing the game.

Where will the boy and girl end up?
Epic adventure awaits!
06-05-2014, 05:17 AM

06-05-2014, 08:59 AM
Joined: Apr 2014
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Posts: 586
This one looks pretty great.
06-07-2014, 06:27 AM
Joined: Oct 2012
Posts: 14
Looks good, waiting on some impressions.
06-08-2014, 04:40 PM
Game Impressions

06-11-2014, 09:08 PM
Joined: Oct 2012
Posts: 14
Odd, the kemco offerings usually generate some discussion, guess this one slipped through the cracks
06-27-2014, 01:09 PM
Joined: Aug 2013
Posts: 120
Game Impressions

This one is pretty lame to be honest.

Took me just under 9 hours to complete the core game. Spent another hour+ going through the single post-game dungeon and grinding a bit for the final post-game boss only to discover it'll probably take several hours more of grinding to have a shot ... so I'm passing on that.

Plot, characters, graphics, in-game interface, it all feels like the development studio gave all their kids RPGMaker and told them to make a game. It feels such a step down from recent offerings. I'm being a little harsh ... the dialog was vaguely amusing at times and the plot had some mildly interesting elements. And the dungeons were slightly more interesting than Fortuna Magus.

IAP is pretty bad. You can earn currency in game by winning battles. I'd recommend saving that up for the two scenarios that grant new playable characters. Not only are both pretty good (the second is a significantly superior replacement to one of the original chars), but also I feel like the story would leave you hanging if you didn't get them.

The other scenarios all grant items, some of which aren't available in game, and are priced such that you'll have to buy currency to afford them. I'd prefer they just put the items into the IAP store so I can see exactly what I'm buying and make informed decisions.

I'm not saying it wasn't enjoyable. But I expect more from them these days, especially on graphics and interface. Why give direction pad as an input option and have the main in-game menu only accept touch? It's just perplexing.
06-29-2014, 10:42 PM
Joined: Oct 2012
Posts: 14
Thanks for the info
06-30-2014, 10:27 PM
I already posted in the review post, but I'll reiterate here for the benefit of everyone who hasn't seen it:

The description of every single party member sounds like it's been heavily inspired - if not outright copied - from 'Tales of Hearts R'.

(Yep, from Namco's 'Tales of' series. It hasn't been localized yet, unfortunately.)

Last edited by pheriannath; 06-30-2014 at 10:48 PM.
07-02-2014, 10:01 AM
Joined: Aug 2013
Posts: 120
From the TA review I see that this game is a late ios port of an older android release. So this nullifies many of my complaints above. Rather than the devs taking a step backwards, it is we who take a step backward in time when buying this game. If anything it highlights how much things have actually moved forward on the Kemco RPG front.

With that in mind, my main complaint is just that the game doesn't stand out from the pack of Kemco games at all. Still an enjoyable rpg romp if you enjoy that sort of thing (I do). But I would recommend not buying this until you've exhausted most of the other Kemco RPGs and really just need your fix.