Arcadia Phantasm: Adventure of Heroes iPhone Review
By Brihanna Watson On 17 Dec, 2016 At 03:15 AM | Categorized As iPhone, Reviews | With 2 Comments

Looking for an adventure? How about one with a blade swinging heroine that battles threatening monsters? Trafalgar Soft Company Limited brings you just that with Arcadia Phantasm: Adventure Of Heroes app. Here is some of the app’s description:

Benefits and features:

Mind blowing gameplay.
Outstanding graphics.
Free to play
Compete with a friend
Addictive fun
Action pack
Easy to download and install
Great Storyline

The game is free to play and lets you enjoy the features. The best thing is that it has great graphics and interface that will leave you more addicted to it. You can enjoy now by competing with a friend in the game. Its storyline is amazing which makes the game addictively fun. The gameplay gets great as you start playing it. 

The story is built in a castle that has the king and his beautiful wife. His daughter’s coronation day brings action unexpectedly Morgiana the woman with the beast attacks the castle. With her magical power she casts fireballs towards the king who luckily escapes the fowl. More action is seen when Daedalus joins in the battle.

Arcadia Phantasm begins with a well done comic book style intro story that depicts a party of friends that is suddenly interrupted by a villainous female who kidnaps one of the attendees. You play the heroine Emilia Lionbolt, who is fighting her way to rescue her friend. There are more details in the app’s description than told through the intro, but you get the idea. The app allows you to login with Facebook, where you can invite friends and share scores, or play as a guest. A tutorial level starts you off teaching you the four buttons on the bottom of the screen; jump, dash, attack and special. Using these four buttons you will travel through the level defeating enemies and gathering stars and coins.

To begin your journey you will have 1000 coins and 20 stars. The stars will help you buy apparel upgrades for the character and coins will purchase health and other items in the items menu. There are other opportunities to earn more stars by liking the game’s social media pages or watching a video. The story and upgrades are pretty straight forward, with the gameplay a little more forced. The buttons work as they should though the mechanics are a little wonky. The jumping is more floating than anything else. Attacking works pretty well against the easier enemies, but those with weapons can hurt you good. The special attack is what is needed to defeat those characters, but if it’s not timed just right, it is hit or miss. When you have been hit three times your game will end, or you can watch a video to continue playing. Though it is fun to play, after a while, the scenery does get repetitive.

Arcadia Phantasm is a nice little adventure with some great fantasy artwork. The levels and controls do have their challenges, but it is enjoyable to play. The app is currently free in the App Store and also available now on Google Play here.

 

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Brihanna Watson

About - Brihanna has been a tech fanatic and computer nerd nearly all her life. When she isn’t chasing around kids or glued to her iPhone, she is updating app junkies like herself on where to find the latest go-to apps. Brihanna is the creator of the App Junkie column at The Smartphone App Review. You can also follow her on Twitter & Tumblr @brihannajoi

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  1. Dina says:

    Neat! I played this game recently too! I didn’t get the full version of the game but it was fun to play. I have to agree that the backgrounds began to get a bit boring and the combat was much the same. The concept of the game was pretty good though!

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