A once-prosperous kingdom lies overrun by monsters and wreathed in an ominous fog.
Now is the time for the descendants of the king to take back this land.
Raise the kingdom from the dust and give birth to a new civilization!
Recruit warriors, mages, and other skilled adventurers to your cause.
Dispel the fog to open up new areas to explore.
Take a break in between battles to build up your town. Add Weapon Shops, Item Shops, Inns, and more!
Keep adding facilities to make your kingdom a better place to live.
Gather allies, train your warriors, and take on powerful foes!
All game progress is stored on your device. Save data cannot be restored after deleting or reinstalling the app.
Try searching for "Kairosoft" to see all of our games, or visit us at http://kairopark.jp
Be sure to check out both our free-to-play and our paid games!
Kairosoft's pixel art game series continues!
Follow us on Twitter for the latest Kairosoft news and information.
Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Lots of fun to be had without spending money
I’ll leave some game tips after the review.
Where to start? I’ve played this game now for 60+ hours and for the first few days have barely been able to put it down. I’ve spent twelve dollars maybe on buying diamonds, but that was just for job gacha; there was never a time when I felt like I had to buy a speed boost for this game because there was almost always some other fun way for me to pass the time while the timer for an upgrade was going. This still can’t beat the best kairosoft game, (game dev story) but if you like this enough it has more content for you to spend time with.
Your adventures can make children that can be more powerful than their parents. You must build a house for one adventurer, then install a double bed inside for someone of the opposite sex.
Try to pair parents of the same rank for added bonus.
There are some jobs that can only be unlocked by the offspring of certain parent job combos.
Always wait until affection rates hit 100 to marry adventurers. It will save loads of diamonds.
In the level 135 area you will unlock a date spot that can increase affection very quickly and will even work its magic while you are not in app.
If you want to be an ultimate cheese master, pretty early on you can find a smithy and equipment exchange stands. Use those to continuously upgrade you cheapest and most available equipment and you can turn even your unleveled adventurers into beasts.
I have to admit, I’m loving this unique little game. You can play it both in an idle fashion and on a micromanaging scale. However, despite it’s lovely charm, you have to figure out a good chunk of features with little to no guidance. If you make a wrong move or placement of a building you have to delete it instead of being able to move the structure without even any compensation. Also the marriage and children stats and conditions should definitely be explained in more detail; especially since once characters get hitched, the are unable to divorce and can only produce two offspring at the most. I’ve been cultivating my forth town and have only scratched the surface to what this game has to offer. The one thing I feel that needs to be the most reworked in this game, besides the inability to move buildings without completely destroying them, is the dramatic difficulty spike in the leveling of the undiscovered zones verses ones puny populace. I myself have strayed into a significantly higher level zone, and as a result one of my just budding towns would continually get destroyed since even your highest leveled characters cannot handle them. It is very frustrating for a new or more seasoned player who made an error to have to constantly deal with constant overpowered monster attacks when trying to expand their territory.
Fun way to pass the time
I really enjoy this game. Not only is it something that I can have passively running in the background, but it’s fun to actively play (a lot of games require so much waiting that it’s hard to lose yourself in the game). One thing that I will say is that after awhile it gets a bit monotonous. It’s the same thing over and over.
I would like to be able to direct the characters a bit more or have some side tasks to occupy my time between unlocking different areas of the map. There also aren’t very many monsters, so I haven’t really had to worry about my defense very much. I’ve been playing this for about a week and have maybe had my town attacked 3 times (each time by one monster who was easily wiped out). I also think the mechanics could use a bit of work. You can demolish the buildings and rebuild them (it puts them back into your inventory—essentially you can restructure your town this way), but it takes such a long time. It took me hours to move my layout around and it was tedious waiting for research to come through. Overall, it’s been very fun, but I feel like it needs some more depth. I look forward to seeing what Kairosoft puts out next (I would love a more detailed version of Dream House Dayz—I’d even be willing to part with some $ for a paid app).
Data Used to Track You
The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:
- Usage Data
Data Linked to You
The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:
- Usage Data
Data Not Linked to You
The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:
- User Content
Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More
- Kairosoft Co.,Ltd
- 259.1 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © (C)KAIROSOFT CO.,LTD. All Rights Reserved.
- In-App Purchases
- 1000 Diamonds Set $7.99
- 200 Diamonds Set $1.99
- 3600 Diamonds Set $26.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.