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Kemco's accessible dungeon crawling RPG Tears Revolude is now out on iOS

You can crawl through my dungeon any time

Kemco's accessible dungeon crawling RPG Tears Revolude is now out on iOS
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A month after its arrival on Android, the visually-popping dungeon crawler Tears Revolude has popped up on iOS.

This is the latest RPG from Kemco and what separates it from the Japanese studio's vast library of previous games is, well, a couple of things.

Firstly, it has fully 3D dungeons that you have to navigate from a 3D perspective. There's also a first-person perspective that you can view in a box in the corner.

Another big appeal of Tears Revolude is its accessibility (at least when compared to other Kemco RPGs). There are no random encounters, instead, the enemies appear as symbols on the map that you can avoid.

Lastly, the game's combat scenes, while command and turn-based, really pop with lots of big effects. It's meant to feel almost explosive each time you unleash an attack.

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As to the story, you play a guy trying to track down an artist, but ends up encountering a woman with no memories. The two search for her memories as well as this artist together.

You can purchase Tears Revolude for the discounted price of £2.99 / $3.99 on the App Store during its launch period. It'll be £5.99 / $7.99 at full price.