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About this game

Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation , the final instalment in the Zenithian trilogy, is now available on mobile devices!
Experience an epic adventure spanning two parallel worlds!
Recover the heroes’ long-lost memories, and bring the two worlds together!

Download it once, and there’s nothing else to buy, and nothing else to download!

A young lad from the secluded village of Weaver’s Peak lives a peaceful life with his little sister. But all that is to change when the mountain spirit appears before him, prophesying that only he can save the world from being swallowed by darkness. And so he sets out on a grand adventure to learn the truth of his world, and that of the mysterious phantom realm that lies beneath...

This world-spanning saga can now be enjoyed in the palm of your hand!

◆Game Features
・Join forces with a band of individual adventurers!
Amass a following of faithful friends as you travel around the riven realms. From wandering warriors to amnesiac teens, a rich cast of characters will join you in your adventures, and help you to unlock the mysteries of your clouded world!

・Vocational Education
As you progress in the game, the hero and his party will gain access to Alltrades Abbey, where they can specialise in any of over sixteen vocations. Train your skills in your chosen vocation, and learn a multitude of spells and special abilities. After you have mastered an ability, you can still use it even if you change vocation!

・Converse Freely with your Fellow Party Members!
The party chat function allows you to converse freely with the cast of colourful characters who will accompany you on your adventure. So don’t hesitate to turn to them for advice and idle chit-chat whenever the urge assails you!

・360-Degree Views
Rotate your viewpoint in towns and villages through a full 360 degrees to make sure you don’t miss a thing!

・AI Battles
Tired of giving orders? Your faithful companions can be instructed to fight automatically! Use the various tactics at your disposal to see off even the toughest enemies with ease!

・The Slimopolis
Unlike previous titles, where monsters could only be recruited during battle, Dragon Quest VI lets you recruit an army of lovely little slimes as you travel around the world! Once you’ve recruited a slimy friend or two, head to the Slimopolis to test their mettle in a series of arena battles, with fabulous prizes on offer for any slime tough enough to emerge victorious! Train up your slimes, and aim for the championship!

・Slippin’ Slime
The slime-sliding minigame introduced in the Nintendo DS version makes its welcome return! Brush the ice in front of your sliding slime to guide it past perilous pitfalls and obstinate obstacles. Perfect your polishing action to hit the target, and send your score through the roof!

[Supported Operating Systems]
Devices running Android 5.0 and above.
* This game is not guaranteed to run on all devices.
Updated on
Nov 6, 2022

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Ratings and reviews

4.92K reviews
Dimenscion (Zappy)
August 23, 2022
This is the final game in the Zenithian Trilogy and a great one at that. This port is overall pretty good but, if you play on newer phones there may be a bug that makes the game unplayable. I believe the game's speed is tied to the framerate, so on modern devices the game is like running on double its usual speed. This may render the game unplayable for some people, and I hope that an update can fix this issue very soon.
27 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
March 6, 2020
A full, 40+ hour RPG for $15 is well worth it. It might be on the lower end of the Dragon Quest line up, but that still puts it way ahead of most RPGs. The phone interface may be a bit awkward at first, but after hiding the directional pad in the settings I eventually stopped noticing it. Only docking one start because this version of Dragon Quest has possibly the worst casino in the series - in other games you can bet large amounts of money and keep reloading until you get a big payout, so it only takes a little while to get the high-end prizes. In this one the betting cap is so low it's excruciating. Still, minor quibble for a huge game!
87 people found this review helpful
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January 14, 2023
Love this game so much! I played it on the Nintendo DS when it was first released and now years later I'm re-playing it on my phone (something I never thought would be possible when I was younger). This port looks great, the 3D environments are much better than they were on the DS and the game itself benefits from the portrait mode since you can see a bigger portion of the map. The one issue I had was getting used to the controls, I REALLY hope they add controller support through a future update
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What's new

Fixed minor bugs.