Tower of Fantasy 12+

A Shared Open World MMORPG

Level Infinite

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Embark together on your fantasy adventure!

Set hundreds of years in the future on the distant planet of Aida, the shared open-world MMORPG, anime-infused sci-fi adventure Tower of Fantasy from developer Hotta Studio and publisher Level Infinite, is now available on PC and mobile platforms globally. Players will be able to experience an anime-inspired post-apocalyptic sci-fi art style, freeform character development, and exciting combat through thrilling battles and exciting open-world exploration.

In Tower of Fantasy, dwindling resources and a lack of energy have forced mankind to leave earth and migrate to Aida, a lush and habitable alien world. There, they observed the comet Mara and discovered an unknown but powerful energy called "Omnium" contained in it. They built the Omnium Tower to capture Mara, but due to the influence of Omnium radiation, a catastrophic disaster occurred on their new homeworld.

Immersive Open-World
Experience a vast alien world full of beautiful open vistas and imposing futuristic structures.

Unique Characters
Wield the unique weapons of each character that grant different gameplay styles as you explore their compelling backstories.

Grow and Explore Together
Party up with friends online and take on new adventures in the shared open world.

Epic Combat
Engage in epic battles against enemies of all shapes and sizes as you switch weapons and gameplay styles on the fly to unlock your own personal fighting style.

Explore and Interact
Explore and interact with a vibrant living world as you discover your own journey through it.

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What’s New

Version 1.0.0

Now Available for Download

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
9.6K Ratings

9.6K Ratings

Daddytang ,

Genshin’s Sci-Fi Clone

Overall there’s plenty to like here but let’s just address the elephant in the room right off the bat.. it’s almost the exact same game as Genshin. The combat is a little flashier but it’s also not as fluid and at times can be clunky. The graphics are a little better in places but I’m running this on an iPhone 13 pro max and have frame rate dips as well as stuttering on the UHD at 45 fps more often than I would like.
The Verdict -
While overall a really good game if you’ve already sunk hundreds of hours in Genshin then this will be like just starting over.. that being said, for those of you out there that have yet to play Genshin Impact then this game will definitely be a 5 star experience. Best advice I can give personally is to not worry too much about trying to spend a bunch of money on the gatcha. With unlimited rerolls do your homework, find out which of the summons you really want and re-roll till you get it. It takes about 15 mins (give or take) to re-roll so overall that’s not so bad. The only reason this didn’t get 5 stars from is because it’s basically the same game with a different look but that doesn’t mean it’s not a great game. Good luck all! 😊

Jftech01 ,

Another marvel not meant for mobile

First of all, just like in my other reviews, I’m going to try and make this as short as possible and simply explain that this game, like many of the other recent, massive, open-world games, is absolutely brilliant, but Towers of Fantasy, nonetheless boasts its pros and cons. First of all, 12 gb of storage demand should be the first evidential warning that signifies how Tower of Fantasy will encounter lag, crashing, and loading issues, not because the game isn’t developed properly, but because mobile devices can NOT manipulate the thousands of assets in a game like this alongside explicit graphics and dialogue without hiccups because mobile devices aren’t developed like PCs where you have several intricate processors and gizmos dedicated to carrying out hundreds of thousands of different assets at once. In fact, just because Tower of Fantasy runs on mobile doesn’t mean it will always WORK on mobile and I’ve tested this game on both my iPad Pro and iPhone 13 to prove it; both of those devices have over 100 gb of free space left and after playing Tower of Fantasy on mobile and on my PC, the sheer # of crashes and failures on mobile vs the seamless gameplay on pc obviously clarified the issue. That being stated, Tower of Fantasy is absolutely impressive and definitely worth playing, but evidently, with all its demands, best suited to the realm of pc gaming rather than mobile.

lanatato ,

Great game!! :)

I think this game is great! However one thing I’m noticing is a lot of people comparing it to Genshin Impact. While it does totally have similarities to it, the game also takes after a ton of other games as well! The fluttery music reminds me of Zelda, the technological/apocalyptic vibe reminds me of Borderlands! There are tons of games it takes after but it also is unique to itself in a few ways as well! Certain uses of weapons, the ability to have your own character AND even characters unique to the story. So while it’s totally like Genshin in a lot of ways, it compares to other games as well :) To address why I only gave 4 stars, for obvious reasons the game is glitchy, choppy & slow. It just came out! I hope this will be fixed in the future, however I’m unsure how much they will be able to, bc like I’ve seen others say, this type of game isn’t meant to run on mobile. If you download, make sure to free up a TON of space to help it run. Otherwise, I like it a lot! I really hope to see improvements and more to the story in the future :)


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