A family of treasure hunters hears the news that an ancient ruin has been uncovered. They creep into the ruins, where they are certain they'll discover some wonderful treasures.
But in the end, will they be successful in their hunt for the treasure?
- About the game
'Grinsia' is a fantasy RPG, with a quest involving twin Goddesses, and six pieces of treasure. The main characters are a family of treasure hunters, and they are joined by a wide range of other characters.
- A wide range of allies, and many ways to enjoy the adventure
In 'Grinsia', you can choose your allies from a wide range of characters.
When the number of characters passes a certain point, you can choose which of your allies to take with you by going to a tavern in one of the towns or villages.
Each character reacts differently to each event, so by changing the members of your party, you can play the game again and again, enjoying the different reactions of the members.
In the main story, there are characters who won't become allies, too.
Journey across the world, in search of allies!
- Night and Day
As time passes, the game changes between day and night. The appearance of towns and open land, and the way the game progresses, differ between day and night.
- Supports high-quality graphics
The beautiful graphics support high-resolution screens.
* You can select the graphics quality from the Options menu. By choosing a lower graphics quality, it is possible to make the game faster.
- Selectable controls
You can choose from two types of game control, to make the game as comfortable to play as possible. The options are touch control, and a virtual cursor pad control.
- 'Treasure accessory' system
The treasure you gain has special powers, and can be used during battle. When you use a piece of treasure as an accessory, you become able to use 'EX Skills'.
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Ratings and Reviews
I thought this was a great game!
Just finished the game. Great story and game play. I got many, many hours of play out of it and enjoyed it. Not too much grinding. Enemies came at a good rate, not too much to be annoying, but enough that you don't have to grind.
Waste of money
I usually love games by this maker. Not this one. Can't find anything good to say about this game.
Fetch Quests with Cliches
Grinsia basically covers several tropes you've seen in other games (evil empire, goddesses with magical items like Zelda's triforce, etc.). If you can tolerate the cliches, you'll find a competent game here; unfortunately, when you start collecting the 6 treasures, the game bombards you with dull fetch quests. At least the porter system limits backtracking by letting you teleport to places you already visited. Auto-winning against scrub monsters is a nice idea too; it just plays the victory music and shows the experience you get when you become too strong for monsters in an area.
The only other problem I have is that the menu could've had better controls; a quick exit button rather than backtrack out every step. Also, you can accidentally choose an item since you swipe to scroll, but at least you have a confirmation so you can decline before buying/using items. I also think steal should either be free or cost 1 mp rather than 5 since it's too expensive in the beginning of the game for my healer to use more than once per battle; in other games, steal is generally free since you give up a turn to get an item. I wouldn't recommend this game since other average rpg's on the app store don't put the main game on hold with having to do mundane things and backtrack (if an area didn't have a porter, it can be tiresome).
- Kotobuki Solution Co., Ltd.
- 32.5 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Japanese
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2010-2012 KEMCO/MAGITEC
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.