1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
- Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful
- Excellent touchscreen controls
- Battles interspersed with character interaction
- No microtransactions, free to try first 10 levels
- Great character design
- None whatsoever
Atmospheric side-scrolling adventure mobile RPG done exactly right
If you've been following me, you'll already know - I don't game. A brain-bending puzzle app here and there, sure, but I'm a hard sell when it comes to battling, leveling up, eliminating baddies, etc etc (and I take my coffee black and I iron my socks too). Hexage's Reaper could change that. I can't imagine a more ideal incarnation of a mobile RPG.
Reaper is a stunningly gorgeous journey through the Wilderness. It's at once reminiscent of Zelda, especially the aesthetic of Twilight Princess, and the battle-heavy Dragon Warrior (oookay, maybe I should say I don't game anymore). You play as the legendary Pale Swordsman, here to Save The Day from impish imperials, wild warriors, and maddening monsters alike.
The tutorial stage lays out the perfectly balanced on-screen controls for you, plagued neither overly complex combos nor ming-numbingly simple slashing. Quickly getting the hang of the jumps and swordplay is key, because you are going to be distracted by the graphics. Quite frankly, they're sheer beauty - ultra smooth in programming, and vivid colors abound. The Pale Swordsman himself is the ideal balance between badass and kinda cuddly, and the enemy design is equally detailed.
The battle scenes are interspersed with views of the map, which you'll explore automatically via quests that pop up at the bottom of the screen. Interact with the forest folk and you'll steer your destiny - like its more complex PC RPG cousins (e.g. Fallout 3), Reaper's world learns from your dialogue choices and feeds you different consequences accordingly.
There's coins to be won, of course, which go towards upgrading your gear at the shop. Battle enough and you'll level up, offering a chance to strengthen your abilities or tack on brand new skills.
Reaper's first ten levels are totally free to try, and you can access the rest of the expansive world via a one time in-game purchase. There are no microtransactions - you'll have to hack apart baddies the old fashioned way to build up cash reserves - which is exactly how an in-game economy of an RPG should work.
Hexage's Reaper immediately reignited the latent gamer in my heart. Recommended for absolutely everybody.
★ Enter the world ripe with magic and monsters!
★ Take countless quests and uncover the secrets of Wilderness
★ Level up your character with skills of your choice
★ Hundreds of swords, armor and accessories to equip
★ Play all sides and make your own decisions
★ Google Play Achievements, Leaderboards and Cloud Save
★ Support for HID game controllers (MOGA, Shield, Nyko, etc.)
★ Play it on NVIDIA SHIELD!
★ Reaper is now MOGA Enhanced!
★ Play on your Phone, Tablet, or TV!
Use a game controller for the best experience when playing on TV. Please note that a D-pad remote is not supported.
The game is free up to character level 10. There are no microtransactions! If you like the game, you can upgrade to a premium edition.
"An RPG that truly understands mobile gaming. This is one of the most enjoyable mobile games I've played." - Android Police
"The variety and detail of the enemies is also wonderful. The game is incredibly polished from top to bottom." - PC Mag
"Hexage really nailed the whole concept. This is one of the most additive and entertaining games I have played." - The Android Arcade
"Reaper has intricately woven together the elements of a compelling story with hilarious dialogue and arguably some of the best game content that is sure to win anyone over." - Android Headlines
"Reaper is exactly the kind of quality we’ve all come to expect from Hexage, and well worth adding to your mobile collection." - Geek.com
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Support for the Nexus Player (Android TV).
All think should download with your my friends.
Actually I don't like Rpg games, but this game is awesome
Best offline game
Its more awesome to play this game in my hp
I play this on my computer very addicting cx
Not a bad game, just didn't get into it.
I just loved this game, wasted all my free time on it for days but then came the paid part /: I agree with purchases to make it easier and things like that but it's just cruel to get someone addicted to make they pay for the rest, not everyone can.