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THE ULTIMATE ROLE-PLAYING SIMULATION GOES TO SPACE!
Galaxy of Pen & Paper is a turn-based meta RPG about a group of players rolling dice in the year 1999! Create your own game master and RPG party, as they roleplay, explore distant planets in their imagination, fight weird aliens and save the galaxy in the era of dial-up internet and floppy disks!
TURN-BASED COMBAT SYSTEM
Assemble the party of your choice, picking your players, races and classes! Unlock new content with the blood, sweat, and luck of your party’s ingenuity and dice rolls!
Will your party include a Slayer Simian Savage or a Thinker Green Medtech? Customize everything from your battle encounters to your Game Master’s table!
EXPLORE THE GALAXY OF QUESTS AND LOOT
Gather your adventurers and travel trough a galaxy of pen and paper, and discover the newest threat as they leave Earth. All the fun of a pen and paper RPG with none of the lost dice!
COMPLETELY NEW GAME
Prepare to be amazed with so much new things! Spaceship battles, stories with multiple decisions, sci-fi classes and races, side-way battles, planet navigation and exploration, and of course, traveling through space and time!
- Fixed some character sheet buttons.
- Fixed some cases where heal could only be used on the current character.
- Fixed items on NPCs.
- Fixed wrong scan success count.
- Fixed some space events freezing the game after an Intercept mission.
- Fixed character sheet freeze when cycling through a recent added character.
- Fixed some space battle sound effects.
- Fixed a bug where a space battle would hang for some seconds after an enemy has acted.
- Fixed and NPC that were not appearing again if you lose a battle.
- More small fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Insult to the First Two
As a huge fan of the first two KOP&P games, I was pretty psyched when I saw this one had come out. Unfortunately, it doesn’t live up to the high expectations established by the first two. The writing, to start, isn’t as witty or funny as the other games. I found there to be more misses than hits in terms of the humor, and the quirky-charm dialogue of the first two games just doesn’t exist here. However, the main problem with the game is in the side quest system. It’s a shame that they ruined the once interesting, unique, and rewarding system the first two games had and replaced it with a horribly boring “create your own quest” gimmick. The problem with this system is that there are only 4 or so type of side quests, and they have no story or originality whatsoever, getting repetitive by the 4th or 5th mission. Overall, repetitive is a good word to describe this game. If you like what you do at the start, great. Get ready to do that 10,000 times until you complete the game. If you get the itch for a good mobile RPG, you’re much better off playing the first two than this game.
This is likely my favorite game from the franchise. It's only real downside is a few bugs here and there, none of which are game breaking. The combat can be very challenging and requires thought at times, which is an improvement from the somewhat repetitive combat in previous titles. The story is very interesting and has had me eagerly racing towards the conclusion. The best part in my opinion is the exploration of each world. The levels of the individual planets and spaces rations are designed well in that you exploration is often rewarded with in game items and some funny dialogue. I would recommend this game to anyone who is a fan of tabletop RPGs or the previous games in this series.
I loved Pen and Paper, so I was so excited when I found out that there was Pen and Paper but in space. I was horribly let down. The bug/glitch issue was so bad when I first started that I thought the team was bought out by a AAA game publisher and they were told they needed to have the game out whether or not it worked. Whatever money comes in just works for them since it is a five dollar game. I fail to understand how the class system in the game has less than its predecessor. The witty humor in the falls flat, and the overarching story could have been better. I thought about giving the game two stars but once I saved my progress my game crashed.
- Behold Studios Jogos Eletronicos LTDA ME
- 626.3 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- © Behold Studios all rights reserved
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