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The 1994 cult classic RPG returns with updated widescreen graphics and touchscreen controls! When your peaceful kingdom is attacked on your wedding day and your wife-to-be is kidnapped, it falls to you to stop the terrible machines of war that threaten to lay waste to the world.

- User selectable difficulty makes this title great for both beginners and RPG veterans
- Compelling and engrossing story
- Nearly ten minutes of animated cutscenes
- Auto-save feature allows you to play in small increments
- Over 100 enemies and a dozen challenging bosses
- Over 90 expansive areas to explore

What's New

Version 1.4.1

FIX: Bonus menu crash

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5

6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Quite worth the money


The game is a classic RPG with some cut scenes to watch. The game is also long enough to play. Each character has its own magic set. The game also swaps out a few character along the story line. Those that left will leave forever, so watch out.

The game has a bit of balance issue between physical and magical damage. Magic is the way to go all the way especially from mid to end game. Magical damage is much higher and no resistance to magic type whatsoever. Weapon with better effect against certain monster type are bugged and doesn't seem to be that effective. Gear that has "can prevent" isn't that good at all. Gear that reduce elemental damage is also worthless.

The control is awkward and you could get stuck in certain places. One spot is on an air ship where the chest is next to the ladder. Luckily, there is another way to get to the same place.

That's the reason I deduct 1 star due to this balance issue.


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One of the best games for the iPod yet!


I almost never give reviews, but I figure it's warranted in this case. I gave Vay 5 stars, keeping in mind this is an RPG ported to a mobile device, and not for a full-blown console system - the experience will obviously never be the same as when you are sitting in your living room playing on your 50" flat-screen. You also need to keep in mind this game was made many years ago when 2D sprites and linear dungeons were the norm for RPGs.

That all being said, this game rocks. It has bright, colorful, and clear graphics, decent music (which can get repetitive over time, but that happens with a lot of RPGs), and even a pretty good story with one or two twists. It's stable, you can save your game at just about anytime (which is great when you're playing during your commute) besides having an autosave feature, and has a pretty decent play-length. Using the touchscreen to control the character's movements and actions wasn't as hard/bad as I thought it would be. I enjoyed being able to change the names of the characters too (a classic feature lost on next-gen console games due to the introduction of voice acting). Haven't tried the bonus features yet, so can't comment on those. The only thing remotely close to criticism I have would be that the game leans towards the easy side.

Basically, if you are a classic RPG fan, I can't think of a better game to have on your iPod/iPhone. You definitely get your money's worth out of this game.


SoMoGa, Inc.
128.6 MB
Requires iOS 8.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese
Age Rating
Rated 9+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
© 2008-2012 SoMoGa, Inc. 1993 SIMS Co. Ltd.


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