Despite being released quite some time ago, Pocket RPG just rocks today! I used Tincore Keymapper to be able to play with physical controls and the game is an absolute blast! I just finished maxing out the battlemage and she ends up being a total powerhouse, blasting everything around, terrific! Haven't had such a blast with a dungeon crawler since my PS2 days! Highly recommended! Please Tasty Poison, pretty please, give us a sequel!
Good game but... I love this as a pick up and play game. It's challenging and fun and I like the choice of characters all with unique weapons. However...I cannot believe the makers haven't included an autosave feature. This is SOOOOOOOO frustrating as you can get right to the end of the level and then if you die you have to start the level over again from the beginning which does my head right in!!! To the point where I may either throw my phone across the room or just delete the bloomin app!!!
3.5 Overall an enjoyable game. Some issues detract from the fun. Linear levels, unbalanced difficulty, and lack of story to name a few. There have also been complaints of items and level progress not being carried over upon completion of each stage. A strange game mechanic. I'm not entirely sure this can be called an RPG. More of a hack and slash with RPG elements and item management between each stage. There is also inconsistencies with rogue and mage combat that needs to be addressed.
Great Very good value for money. A very well balanced hack'n'slash game. I can't believe it's so cheap. There are many other mediocre and much more exoensive games out there, this one's a gem. Looking forward to playing the sequel.
Too linear and boring This is a decent game, but I don't enjoy the linear levels and inability to save mid-quest. It is very repetitive with no feeling of reward or accomplishment as you progress from level to level. It feels rather shallow and is more along the lines of a "play when you have nothing else to do" rather than an intriguing game that will immerse you in the action.
On the top of my list of "Seriously underated Android games" I've always absolutely loved this game and believed it demands more attention than it receives. The things this game does well, it does very well; however, it isn't perfect. My only complaint is that the gameplay feels stagnant after a while. I don't expect you devs to make much of my critique or even read it, but if you do make a sequel, you have to start with a new combat system that has a stronger entropy factor! Everything is far too predictable.