Automatic RPG is the RPG where you can let your Heroes do their own thing.
Why? Well, because in this game, Heroes level up and earn EXP all by themselves!
All you have to do is spurn them along from time to time and watch them grow into full-fledged Heroes!
- Story Outline -
Chronic depression, unstable government and extreme weather.
Rising prices and unemployment. You even ruined the morning’s sunny-side up,
and got turned down by the girl you like. All of this the evil doings of the Demon King.
The King, realizing the Demon King’s evil handiwork, ordered the
legendary Hero to defeat him once and for all.
● No need to constantly guide your party. Just watch as they fight all by themselves.
● You’ll get EXP even when not playing the game, so your team will get much stronger just by playing a little each day!
● Gameplay hotter than you’d expect with over 70 different items!
● A lukewarm story of a Hero and his allies!
Automatic RPG is a time-killing, clicker-style game.
This game is a all free.
※ This game does the data communication in order to display the banner ad .
- Use material -
Rド : http://www.geocities.co.jp/Milano-Cat/3319/
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
A few minor fixes could improve it
Automatic RPG has an interesting, minimalist design that reduces grinding but allows just enough input from the player to deflect the impression that the game is "playing itself".
The only real problem I can see is that the bosses are clearly regular-sized sprites that have been scaled up, which looks ugly and jagged compared to the game's otherwise pleasant pixel aesthetic. Either use bigger sprites or keep the boss at its original size (not every boss needs to be a giant).
Doesn't get boring!
Most clicker style games get boring quickly. This one however has held my interest. Mainly because once you complete the main quest there's incentive to continue. The leaderboards are why I play. It's neat to see how I rank compared to others. I'm currently #5. I've got my eyes set on first!
This is one of the games I enjoyed playing when on a long plane flight and probably played it as well when stuck overnight in an airport. It is very minimal in what you do, but that's ok. Your primary motivations might be, "What do the next wave of monsters look like? What does the next boss look like?" This is not a thinking game, but it may keep you occupied doing something simple when you want to be distracted.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.