I own all of the Kemco games on Android, two on 3DS, and one on Steam. With the advent of Google Play Family Library all new purchases allow for the app to be shared with family members (my kids) as well as played on your own account. Kemco has chosen not to included previously purchased titles in this. All new purchasers will be able to share their Kemco games, but we who have been buying them for years will not. As such I am no longer buying titles from this publisher. On any platform.
End of aspiration Very very fun
Lost all my rings and my bonuses from eap purchases.
Beat It It's not bad, but it lacks the depth of other games developed by World Wide Software. You're better off getting the ad-supported version. Overall the ending is poor and feels contrived (especially Kiton's origin) and the story is a bit nonsensical. It's like WWS has two teams (maybe three if you count Silver Nornir and Fortuna Magus). One puts out good stuff like the Symphony games, Destiny Fantasia and Knight of the Earthends, while the other makes eh games like this, Eve of the Genesis and Link of Hearts.
Kemco does it again As with many of the Kemco games I have tried, End of Aspiration plays with a great fluidity and the story is a classic save the world story that makes the rpg genre enjoyable. Well worth the money.
Interesting I normally don't dwell in RPG games, but this was quite enjoyable. This is my second one I'm playing from Kemco.
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- Minor update version
- Bugfix for Galaxy S2 and some devices.
- Bugfix for the devices with the fullHD screen.
- Bugfix about the disorder on point purchase.