App description: Adventure story of revenge through time and space!

The story of revenge across three eras past, present, and future starts now!
Long ago, gods governed the world and magical powers were granted to people.
But over centuries, people developed their own technologies and forgot the gods.
The main character Lake is a young man who led an ordinary but happy life in a rural village, until the day the Man in Black and his monsters brutally attacked his town, and his family was killed.

Lake set out on a journey for revenge and met Rean, a young woman in a tribe who keep the secrets of time-travel. For revenge, and to learn the truth, their adventure beyond space and time begins...


- The world of space-time traveling
"Aeon Avenger" is a RPG where you can experience space-time travel.
You can time-travel across thousands of years through the past, present and future. The map, characters, associations, and peoples relationships change over time! The key to a problem in this era may lie in another time.


- "Bit" system
Introducing the unique "Bit" system!
By attaching bits to items, a characters battle prowess can be greatly enhanced. You'll gain bits in various ways, and also learn to evolve them through time.

- Beautiful, high resolution graphics!
For Android, the graphics were newly drawn at higher resolution! You'll enjoy the more detailed world of Aeon Avenger.

Vovin's comments:




New Kemco RPG? Instabuy, as always.

Bit system sounds nice!

The android version has an average score of 4 stars on Google Play.
02-15-2013, 02:16 AM
#2
Hmm I'd love to hear some impressions on this. I've somehow never been too attracted to the Kemco games but this time travel thing as me interested.

02-15-2013, 02:17 AM
#3
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Originally Posted by Vovin View Post



New Kemco RPG? Instabuy, as always.

Bit system sounds nice!

The android version has an average score of 4 stars on Google Play.
Pretty sweet! And....universal. A first time for a kemco game.

Some beavers are hiding, some beavers are invisible, some are moving and some are just plain elusive and then there are the 'Beavers in Disguise'.
02-15-2013, 03:54 AM
#4
Joined: Jan 2012
Location: Philippines
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Sunuvaaaa! This is a great surprise!
02-15-2013, 06:00 AM
#5
Well, after my first minutes with this game:

it has the usual Kemco quality, tho the game concentrates less on exploration and puzzles this time and is more focused on combats. Not neccessarily a bad thing.
I assume that there will be more puzzles when you start jumping though the epochs.
It's also a nice take on the time travel formula and doesn't copy Chrono Trigger, as far as I can see. It only has a few similiarities, like picking up characters from other ages. And it is a full-fledged JRPG, not an ARPG or KRPG.
The Bit system is fun and can get quite complex later, I guess. Like that job system im Dark Gate.

This time, I really like the characters. Design and behaviour of them is well-thought.

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Last edited by Vovin; 02-15-2013 at 06:06 AM.
02-15-2013, 06:18 AM
#6
Joined: Jan 2012
Location: Philippines
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Smehow this one felt a little too generic to me. Dark Gate is my favorite Kemco RPG, and i think Aeon Avenger is a step back from it.

Nonetheless, it's still pretty good, and still a strong title from Kemco.

For Aeon Avenger, this is the first Kemco game i played on the ipad mini and the framerate is a little on the low. Never felt like it was like this on other Kemco games when playing on the 4S. Anyone else think that on ipads the framerate's kinda sluggish?

One negative i find on Kemco games in general are the lack of more flexible control options, but the ones they have on their games are ok and doesnt make them unplayable.

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02-15-2013, 06:49 AM
#7
Just saw this when i woke up...

Havent checked on it yet, but it is universal! Not widescreen supported, but at least theyre finally on their way! =oD


**edit** oh holy crap it is widescreen supported... Wonder why it doesnt say that in itunes...
02-15-2013, 06:58 AM
#8
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Originally Posted by Exact-Psience View Post
Smehow this one felt a little too generic to me. Dark Gate is my favorite Kemco RPG, and i think Aeon Avenger is a step back from it.

Nonetheless, it's still pretty good, and still a strong title from Kemco.

For Aeon Avenger, this is the first Kemco game i played on the ipad mini and the framerate is a little on the low. Never felt like it was like this on other Kemco games when playing on the 4S. Anyone else think that on ipads the framerate's kinda sluggish?

One negative i find on Kemco games in general are the lack of more flexible control options, but the ones they have on their games are ok and doesnt make them unplayable.
I found the controls on my iphone pretty sweet,but on Ipad unplayable.
This being universal makes me pretty psyched and makes me wonder if i should call my girl to bring an Itunes card while she's in town.
Anyone any impressions on Ipad controls?

Some beavers are hiding, some beavers are invisible, some are moving and some are just plain elusive and then there are the 'Beavers in Disguise'.
02-15-2013, 07:15 AM
#9
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Location: Houston, TX
Posts: 9,334
I haven't downloaded Aeon Avengers yet but that brief glimpse of the future world looks promising. iOS definitely needs more modern day (Earthbound) or sci-fi RPGs (StarOcean).
02-15-2013, 07:21 AM
#10
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Originally Posted by krautboy View Post
I found the controls on my iphone pretty sweet,but on Ipad unplayable.
This being universal makes me pretty psyched and makes me wonder if i should call my girl to bring an Itunes card while she's in town.
Anyone any impressions on Ipad controls?
Controls well, but i wish there was a dynamic vstick option so i dont have to look at the static vstick from time to time to make sure i press the correct direction.

The thing i dont like about the controls is the cancel button which is on the top left of the screen. I wish it was right beside the confirm button. Same with the Auto-battle button... It's really difficult to press on the upper-right when on an ipad. Well, not difficult, but a hassle.

Exact-Psience My 2014 Top 10 Games of the Year: Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, Hearthstone, VVVVVV, Battleheart Legacy, Wayward Souls, Bug Heroes 2, Powerpuff Girls Defenders of Townsville, Deep Loot, Monument Valley, Bioshock Honorable Mentions: Traps N Gemstones, Bardbarian, Goblin Sword