Now on iOS and Android.
Nier: Automata manager Yoko Taro’s free-to-play cellular RPG SINoALICE is, following a 3 year head start in Japan, eventually making its way to iOS and Android from the west now, 1st July.
SINoALICE, that was designed by cellular Pokelabo, was accessible Japan because 2017, also is average mobile fodder in lots of ways, festooning its easy real-time conflicts with the likes of gacha mechanics, superior currencies, along with other various free-to-play trappings.
Where it deviates though is at its own striking tone and presentation, offering a darkly atmospheric twist on familiar fairytale tales, with gamers able to combat – using over 150 weapons, each featuring their own lore – like a vast assortment of classic fairytale characters, such as Alice, Snow White, Rapunzel, Red Riding Hood, and Cinderella.
Each personality is currently a ferocious warrior in a world called the Library, and each has their very own intricate, interweaving storylines, courtesy of inventive manager Taro. SINoALICE also includes character designs from artist Jino and songs by Nier: Automata composer Keiichi Okabe.
There’s Japanese voice acting, 15 versus 15 guild conflicts, also, of course, oodles of all in-app buy choices. Fans of Taro’s perform can, should they choose, download SINoALICE for free through the iOS App Store and Google Play shop out of now.