Written by AndrewH
Kemco has been continuously releasing games onto Android for some time now and most of those games, aside from the occasional exclusion, are retro style RPGs. Well Kemco\’s newest release is another retro RPG called Destiny Fanstasia and boasts 20+ hours associated with gameplay, making this among the large Kemco titles.
While you\’ll be saving the world once again in this game, the tale is actually somewhat amusing. The main character winds up smacking (we presume it was something together those lines) an important person in the Kingdom after he loses his temper. His village was destroyed so you can\’t blame the guy but this sets off a chain of occasions that will eventually lead to the end of the world unless he stops this.
Kemco always likes to attempt new things with their video games and Destiny Fantasia is no exclusion. There is no leveling program in this game as well as instead characters may gain strength and attribute points after each battle. These are allocated based on how your character is performed. So if you\’re more of an actual attack character, these types of points are put in to attributes to enhance that. Same goes for a far more magic using character.
Destiny Fantasia also has plenty of side-quests and areas to explore so you don\’t always have to remain on the main path the storyline takes you. Farmville features extra content material that can be purchased via IAPs but it is just that, extra content. The game itself can be play 100% without spending a dime on IAPs, just on the cost of really getting the game that is $2.99.
Google Play Hyperlink: Destiny Fantasia