I really enjoyed iPhone turn-based RPG Rimelands: Hammer of Thor, suggesting in my review that it "fits snugly into the turn-based role-playing genre, but offers enough variation to keep the action fresh and exciting".

One element of the game I wasn't sure about however was the item engineering option.

In this, you get traders to dismantle the items you collect during your dungeon questing. You then use these components to make new items, as long as you've collected the relevant blueprints.

It's a nice idea but personally I didn't need to use the option - perhaps I didn't find the best blueprints.

Design and build

Still, co-developer Crescent Moon has provided us with a couple of blueprints for you to try out.

They are - g113s0 and s4hk01.

To use them, open up the character menu by tapping on the icon in the top left of the screen, then select Blueprints, tap Add and enter the codes individually.

Of course, you'll need to have enough components available to make the items.

Rimelands: Hammer of Thor is available now, priced $4.99, €3.99 or £2.99.