Role Playing titles are a dime a dozen in the Google Play Store these days. We’ve seen tons of different role-playing games released for Android over the past couple of years, and that’s a good thing, of course, competition is always good for game quality. In any case, we’ve recently stumbled upon a rather compelling RPG game, for those of you who enjoy such titles. The name of this game is RPG Antiquia Lost, and it you loved older RPG games, chances are you’ll enjoy this title as well, read on.
The RPG Antiquia Lost’s graphics are rather simple, it definitely looks like some titles which are years old at this point, but if you’re not obsessed with up-to-date graphics, this game has lots to offer. The game looks like a blend between Pokemon games for GameBoy handheld consoles, and old Heroes of Might and Magic titles. This game follows the adventures of a girl who is made out of slime, which sounds odd, but it’s actually really not, you get really into the game and don't really think about it all that much. In any case, as you progress through the game, you’ll be eating (yes, eating) gems in order to strengthen your statues and learn various new skills which you’ll mostly use for battle. Now, to make things even more interesting, you’ll be able to plant beans in pots, and then harvest different items as a result of it, which is certainly a really odd and yet interesting concept. There are many achievements here at your disposal in RPG Antiquia Lost, and plenty of enemies for you to fight. You’ll be controlling more than one character in this game, as battles do resemble the ones we’ve seen in older Heroes of Might and Magic titles.
In any case, there are quite a few official images available in the gallery down below, in case you’d like to check that out before you download the game, while we’ve also embedded the official promo video for the PRG Antiquia Lost game. This title is free to download and play, though in-app purchases are also a part of the experience. The paid version of this app is also available, and if you opt to splash out $7.99 (it actually costs $4.99 now, 38% off), you’ll get 1,000 Alchemy Stones as part of the deal.