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KEMCO RPGs Destiny Fantasia, Infinite Dunamis, Bonds of the Skies, and Grinsia are all currently on sale for 88% off their normal prices.

In Destiny Fantasia you play Lidim, a weapon shop worker who accidentally overhears a secret negotiation between two countries that may end in war. The game has an interesting leveling system, which gives characters strength and attributes after each enemy encounter.

Infinite Dunamis is the story of Luke, an engineer who stumbles across an amazing robot, and features a plot that threatens the entire world (of course).

Bonds of the Skies has players taking on the role of main character Eil as he travels with his friends and their Grimoas (gods) to save his town and fight an evil demon.

In Grinsia, a family of treasure hunters searchers an ancient ruin for the ultimate loot. The game allows you to play as multiple characters, and each one has a slightly different take on the story to make the game re-playable for different experiences.

All four games are on sale for $0.99, but the sale won’t be around forever. So check out these Kemco titles while it lasts.

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Fanatic Earth Review

Fanatic Earth Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Kemco's stable of mobile RPGs grows, but in Fanatic Earth's situation it's a case of quantity over quality.

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KEMCO’s RPG Band of Monsters Goes Free for a Limited Time

Posted by on July 22nd, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

To celebrate RPG Machine Knight hitting over 1,000,000 downloads on Google Play, KEMCO has made RPG Band of Monsters free on the App Store for a limited time only. Not bad, eh?

The game is all about a young monster tamer called Zara who meets a mysterious girl named Fene, before getting caught up in a battle against evil and forbidden powers.

Instead of its usual price of $7.99, it’ll cost you absolutely nothing, so it’s the ideal time to check it out.

Take a look at the trailer below for more of an idea of what RPG Band of Monsters is like.

Fanatic Earth Promises Science Fiction Focused RPGing Galore

Posted by on July 16th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Recently released onto the App Store is KEMCO’s latest RPG, Fanatic Earth.

The game focuses on a world in which an alien bacteria known as Achratoth has nearly wiped out mankind and, of course, it’s down to you to try to make the world a better place. You join forces with a local detective, an android, and a young girl with a mysterious past.

With a form of combo or chain based system for combat, it’s sure to entice those who love science fiction based RPGs.

Even better, to celebrate its release, it’s currently on sale for $3.99. Grab it now while it’s still on offer!

Another Week of Expert App Reviews

 

At 148Apps, we help you sort through the great ocean of apps to find the ones we think you’ll like and the ones you’ll need. Our top picks become Editor’s Choice, our stamp of approval for apps with that little extra something special. Want to see what we’ve been up to this week? Take a look below for a sampling of our latest reviews. And if you want more, be sure to hit our Reviews Archive.

Civilization Revolution 2

 
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It is always great to see franchises, that we all know and love, finally grow up. So seems to be the case with 2K’s mobile-exclusive sequel to 2009’s tremendously successful Civilization Revolution. Taking a page from the console version’s book, the title has a completely revamped visual style. But is a fresh coat of paint enough to make this new installment worth the price of admission? Players who adored 2K’s freshmen pass at Sid Meier’s seminal series will notice that Civilization Revolution 2 instantly feels very familiar. That is not to say that the game looks similar, presentation wise, (in fact, the exact opposite is true) but it features the same comfortable gameplay formula that worked so well the first time around. Unfortunately, for some reason that also means that this game has inherited most of the baggage from the first installment as well. –Blake Grundman

Lomotif

 
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Want to easily add music clips to Instagram or Vine videos without the use of full-blown editing software? Lomotif is the solution. There’s been plenty of times before I’ve posted a video on Instagram or Vine that I’ve thought, “I wish I could have Rise of the Valkyrie or Dancing Queen playing in the background” (please, don’t judge). Having to export my video to my MacBook, before tinkering with it in iMovie and transferring it back just seemed like too much hassle for a 6/15 second video. Lomotif helps cut out the middle man and adds short music clips to video with no fuss at all, all in one app. –Lee Hamlet

Sonic Jump Fever

 
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While Sonic Dash embraced the Endless Runner, Sonic Jump embraced the likes of Doodle Jump, offering a series of levels in which players must keep jumping upwards, saving animals and collecting rings. It appears it’s here again in the form of freemium based Sonic Jump Fever. It’s an ok kind of game but it lacks any real personality, and its freemium-based elements start to infringe on the fun a little too readily. With new levels to explore each week, there’s plenty of time to get to grips with each entry. It’s a generally quite frantic affair, so while the graphics might be sharp, odds are you’re going to be too busy concentrating on what you’re doing to pay much attention to your surroundings. Controls are tilt-based and appropriately responsive with a double-tap causing a double-jump to get you out of danger. –Jennifer Allen

Blackwell 1: Legacy

 
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Many would happily point out that the golden era of point and click adventures has been and gone. While a few more recent gems have shone through, all too often the classics have remained the same – remasters of old delights. The Blackwell series aims to buck that trend by embracing the methods that worked so well for older games. In the case of the first episode, Blackwell 1: Legacy it certainly manages to entice with some satisfactory story development, even if it doesn’t quite reach the heady heights of the golden era. –Jennifer Allen

Age of Booty: Tactics

 
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Age of Booty: Tactics is a turn-based strategy game in which players build pirate fleets and battle on the open seas to collect as much treasure as possible. While its multiplayer-only structure can get in its own way sometimes, the game itself offers well-built free-to-play strategy with a charming aesthetic. For those not in the know, Age of Booty: Tactics is not the first installment in the Age of Booty franchise. The original Age of Booty is a console and PC game in which players managed a single ship that was controlled in real-time strategic battles. In this installation all of the original game’s charm and spirit is retained, while the gameplay has been translated into a multi-ship, card-based, turn-based game. –Campbell Bird

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Doug Dug

 
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I have to say that I’ve almost skipped on Doug Dug, just because it looks like a rip-off of Terraria, or Spelunky, or some other attempt at Minecraft design school – and I’m glad that I didn’t, because Doug Dug is neither of those things. It’s an original, captivating platformer that lacks just a few pieces to become absolutely awesome. The player controls Doug, a dwarf who does two things all dwarves do all the time: digging for gold and sporting a kick-ass beard. Doug Dug is focused on the first task. The level Doug dug 3is a single screen wide, but infinitely deep, containing lots of treasures and challenges beneath. The player needs to navigate around it by digging. Dragging the finger across the screen will make Doug dig right, left, or down. He is unable to jump, unfortunately, so any loot that you miss on the way down, stays there most of the time. That said, it can come crashing down if it lacks any support, or is only held in place by a collapsable dirt block. So, the player needs to be aware of his surroundings and not get caught in the avalanche. Basically, the avalanche system holds about 50% of the game’s worth, as it grants a tricky random element to each run. The avalanches also crush whatever enemies get trapped under them, and it’s great, because the enemies are a pain. They can only be killed by falling on them from above, and Doug can’t jump. So, if he is on their level, or lower, it’s quite difficult to stay alive. The game has no shortage of things that can kill a digging dwarf, and if left unchecked, will definitely do so, leaving but a ghost of the spelunker on the next play through. –Tony Kuzmin

Boom! Tanks

 
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Nothing soothes the nerves like a good virtual tank battle, and Boom! Tanks looks like a compelling option in the tested genre. The game boils down to tank battle via attrition. The early going explains the basics of the gameplay and associated elements. In a nutshell, the players tank has a designated enemy unit that it must get its sights on. When this is accomplished, one has to fire while absorbing damage from the event tank. The end goal is to destroy said tank before it destroys the players machine. The sighting mechanism is intuitive without being too simplistic, and involves the use of a moving target that needs to be lined up with a targeting icon on the enemy unit; thankfully, the game gives valuable cues to let the player know when perfect aim has been achieved. And then both tanks engage. –Tre Lawrence

Stickman Soccer 2014

 
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How can a developer make a soccer video game more accessible and reliable than, say, a complex soccer video game like FIFA or PES? By simplifing the controls and putting in some stickmen instead of the well known soccer players. Americans probably won’t watch the World Cup like they did last week. But here in Holland, the World Cup fever keeps getting higher and higher and during those matchless days, we crave for football and look for it else. But not everyone likes or can handle games like FIFA or PES, so mobile game developers have the chance to fill in the gap and can provide us with some casual soccer video game experiences. Enter Stickman Soccer 2014, not the be confused with another sport series that uses the same Stickman name in their games. –Wesley Akkerman

And finally, over the pond, Pocket Gamer reviewed Beyond Gravity, FFFFF2P, and Transworld Endless Skater, picked the best fighters on Vita and best RPGs from Kemco, and provided tips for Hellraid, Disco Zoo, Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake, and World of Tanks Blitz. Read all about it here.

KEMCO, the Japanese mobile game publisher, has announced that 3 of their mobile games are going on sale today. You can pick up Symphony of the Origin, Silver Nornir, and Chronus Arc for only $0.99 each.

The sale starts today and will run until June 25. Now is  great time to check out these 3 JRPG’s.

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KEMCO’s Covenant of Solitude and Silver Nornir Has A Major Price Drop, Available For 99 Cents Each

Posted by on July 24th, 2013
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RPG’s are on sale! KEMCO has announced that RPG Covenant of Solitude and RPG Silver Nornir have both dropped in price for a limited time only, available for only 99 cents.

RPG Silver Nornir is the latest fantasy RPG from KEMCO, following the story of a hero from a reborn world who’s carefree life turns upside down when one of his friends goes missing, only to find them years later. Interested? Check out the trailer below!

RPG End of Aspiration Price Reduced, Offers Deep Fantasy Gameplay For .99 Cents

Posted by on July 17th, 2013
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KEMCO has significantly reduced the price of its title RPG End of Aspiration for a limited time only. Users can now experience this fantasy RPG for $0.99, which is typically priced at $8.99. This classic-RPG-inspired game follows the actions of five characters, each with their own beliefs that drive the story forward.

Machine Knight Takes RPG Gameplay To Another World

Posted by on July 1st, 2013
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad

Kemco launched the English version of its latest title, RPG Machine Knight, an RPG that has players freely building their characters while learning various jobs and skills. In this game, players follow the main character, Frain, who is sent to another world only to find himself being blamed for the attack of a village. Frain ends up alone as he has been betrayed by his own people who are in search of energy in order to survive.

Go solve the mysteries of this world and, for a limited time only, download the game for $2.99 before it returns to its regular price of $6.99.

RPG Aeon Avenger Drops The Price Of Time Traveling, Now Only $0.99 Cents

Posted by on May 13th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

RPG Aeon Avenger has its price dropped to $0.99 cents for a limited time only, falling from its original price of $8.99. This RPG is a story of revenge as Lake, the main character, sets out on an adventure that includes time travel to find the person responsible for killing everyone in his home town.

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End of Aspiration Offers A Fantasy RPG Full of Belief

Posted by on May 7th, 2013
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KEMCO releases the English version of End of Aspiration, a fantasy RPG title that features five characters with their own beliefs that drive the story forward. To celebrate the release and for a limited time only, you can purchase the game for $2.99 until it returns to its original price of $8.99.

- Simple controls and tremendous battles!
- Beautiful 2D graphics with a friendly warmth
- Features an auto-save function! Enjoy adventure even if you only have a small amount of time, without worrying about saving!
- Aim for dramatic reversals in battles, by using powerful ‘Familiar Spirits’!
- Gain rare items and enjoy extra dungeons by making additional purchases
- Freely mix and match a wide range of skills
- Five characters, each with their own personality

Symphony of the Origin Review

Symphony of the Origin Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
It'll take more than a terrible script with horribly awkward dialog to derail this impressive JRPG.

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RPG Aeon Avenger Review

RPG Aeon Avenger Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
This traditional RPG isn't exactly the next big thing, but it's a decent time-sink with some interesting stuff going on under the hood.

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RPG Symphony of Eternity Review

RPG Symphony of Eternity Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
It's not much of a looker, but this RPG has some interesting stuff going on under the hood.

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RPG Eve of the Genesis Review

RPG Eve of the Genesis Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Traditional old school-style RPGs certainly have their place, but there is such a thing as "too old school."

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Japan is a hotbed for RPG games that are both intriguing in gameplay and sexy in design. Now, there’s one more that has been ported across the Pacific. Japan-based mobile gaming company KEMCO recently announced that its RPG Eve of the Genesis is now available in English on the US app store. To celebrate, they’ve reduced the price 67 percent to $2.99 for a limited time.

As for gameplay, gamers are introduced to ancient times in the Empire of Gadalia, a powerful state who controls the land and is run by mechanical beings. There’s a bit of a Terminator flare to it as these mechanical beings are masked in the form of men and they have the humans under their control. After a battle royale and 2,000 years later, the humans are still under the machines control and it’s up to the player to discover and unlock the key to freeing the enslaved population.

$7.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2011-02-18 :: Category: Games

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