Exiled Kingdoms RPG

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4.6
122K reviews
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Exiled Kingdoms is a single-player Action-RPG that allows you to roam freely through a unique world. It is an isometric game, inspired by some of the best role-playing games from the past decades; it brings back the old spirit of the classics in many ways: a challenging environment, choices with consequences, and a solid game system, with different paths to develop your character.

Explore the world: no one will point you to the best hidden secrets. Talk to hundreds of different characters, each with unique dialogues, and solve dozens of quests. Customize your character with dozens of skills and hundreds of different items. Overcome all kind of monsters and antagonists, choosing carefully the weapons or powers for each encounter. And return to the classical dungeon crawl, with traps and secret doors, and death awaiting the unwary adventurer behind every corner.

Forums and more information: http://www.exiledkingdoms.com

Free version: allows to play as a Warrior or a Rogue. It includes 30 areas, 29 completable quests (others partially completable), around 30 hours of gameplay, with a level cap adequate to the areas available.

Full version: a single in-app purchase which unlocks everything, forever (no micro-transactions). Includes 146 areas, 97 quests (plus randomly generated quests), over 400 dialogues, counting over 130,000 words; approximately 120+ hours of gameplay. Additionally, the full version unlocks the Iron-Man mode (permadeath) and makes the Cleric and Mage classes available.

There are NO further micro-transactions. No pay-to-win, no "energy", no ads. Just a game, like they used to be.


Story introduction: A dark tale, and a brave new world

A century ago, the Andorian Empire was destroyed by a magical cataclysm that brought The Horrors into our world; humanity was nearly annihilated. Many thousands managed to escape sailing away to the Imperial Colony of Varannar: a savage island, dangerous and unexplored. Mistrust and blame made impossible to elect a new Emperor, and the four Exiled Kingdoms were proclaimed.

Nowadays, the ragtag kingdoms still struggle to survive in a harsh land, often waging war on each other. Empire and the Horrors are, for many, just old legends and fairytales. You are a novice adventurer, rarely paying attention to such old stories; you're more concerned with your latest misadventures and lack of gold.

But for once, luck seems to be on your side. You received a letter from New Garand, stating that you are the sole beneficiary of a big inheritance. You don’t remember any relatives in the capital of the Kingdom of Varsilia, but certainly that won’t stop you from an opportunity like this! The road to New Garand will reveal many surprises, and will teach you that fairytales and legends can become, in fact, very real.

Permissions information: the game asks for internet access for connection to Google Play Games. The permission to access your storage is needed to be able to export your saved games to a file or to the cloud. If you prefer to deny these permissions after installation, the game will work fine but you won't be able to use these options.
Updated on
Sep 6, 2022

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4.6
122K reviews
Sutter Hall
July 10, 2022
Purchased the full game. It is genuinely a good game. It is challenging enough on normal difficult that you need to repect every new area you explore. My issue is with quest disposition and recording. Quests are sprinkled into your journal quickly in the early game, most of which are impossible until later. Then you get 6 or 7 hours down the road and some of these +/- 20 quests are possible, but you have no idea which ones. I quit playing. Spending my time running in circles isn't cool.
57 people found this review helpful
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Jason Glass
July 28, 2022
Absolutely love this game. Started off with the free version to see if I liked it, and got hooked right away. This is one of the few games I will say was well worth paying for. With the main quests, side quests and never ending bounties you get from town halls in the paid version, this can be surprisingly long and satisfying for a $5 mobile game. No ads either. Tons of replayability. A must have for fans of the Diablo games (especially the first two) and other old school games like it.
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Noah Ferro
September 1, 2022
Not too deep in, but really enjoyable so far. The world feels expansive, and the mechanics hit a balance between crunchy and simple to scratch that old-school action-RPG itch. A little bit of grind as well, but not too much. Likely an unpopular opinion: I enjoy the challenge of locating quest targets. My only suggestion would be to add a separate backpack/inventory for companions. The full license was $5, and I've already had way more than my money's worth. Nice work, devs!
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What's new

-Technical update targeting the latest Android 13 SDK, to guarantee compatibility with modern devices. No new content added. If you experience a visual glitch, please reboot!
-Following Android guidelines, permission to access external files is removed. If you make a backup, it will be stored in the folder android/data/net.fdgames.ek.android/files. To restore an old backup, place the file there. This folder is deleted if you uninstall the game, so make sure you copy your file to a safe location!