Monochrome Order is the latest RPG from Kemco, who have become well-known for their plethora of mobile RPG titles in recent years. Their latest endeavour is available now for both iOS and Android.
Monochrome Order sees players take up the role of an Arbiter. In this world, they're people who use ancient magic known as Judgment that they utilise to try and make the world a better place to live. Of course, one person's justice is another's injustice, so the choices you make throughout could cause conflict.
This means there's a lot of potential outcomes and so Monochrome Order has multiple endings, both good and evil. The decisions you make throughout the game will apparently make huge differences to the story, though we've heard that kind of thing before so I'm intrigued to see how well it works out here.
Irrespective of how different these endings are, seeing all the possibilities definitely gives completionists something to strive for. Once you've beaten one ending, you'll be able to start a new route using the character from that save file.
The game itself plays out in a very similar fashion to RPGs of days gone by with a pixelated art style and top-down view. The battles will be turn-based and you'll be able to recruit up to 18 different party members over the course of the game. They'll all have their own abilities that can be combined to unleash 'skillchains' on enemies for huge damage.