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Action-RPG Illusia begins its quest on Android

Your eyes do not deceive you

Product: Illusia | Developer: Gamevil | Publisher: Gamevil | Genre: Platform, RPG
For: Android   Also on: iPhone
 
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Gamevil’s side-scrolling action-RPG Illusia has been unleashed upon an unsuspecting Android Market today as a premium download priced at $4.99 (£3.09 in the UK).

Illusia tracks two heroes as they attempt to solve a mystery surrounding the strange appearance of an eerie tower by doing what all heroes in fantasy worlds love to do - smack in monsters and level up.

The two starting classes - Fighter and Magician - branch out over the course of the game into 14 different sub-classes, while usual RPG staples - including customisable weaponry, armour, and a special skills that can be deployed in battle - all feature heavily.

The game missed out on a Pocket Gamer medal when it was first released on iOS at the tail-end of last year, with Damien McFerran praising the, "appealing presentation and a suitably epic quest", but not enjoying the platforming controls too much.

If you can stomach shaky voiceovers, check out the trailer.

 

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Will Wilson 16 March 2011
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Feral2k | 04:00 - 14 April 2011
I'd imagine this game might snag a Bronze Award if it was reviewed on the Android platform. After all, the Android is a fairly (as of this moment) RPG-starved system.
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indonewyork | 05:01 - 17 March 2011
more and more good games coming to Android, I hope some PS2 games will be ported soon
 
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