If medieval and royalty RPG are your thing, then this will be a considerably enjoyable experience for you. It also includes an item completion feature and other fun elements to keep you entertained!
The English version was created from the original Japanese version, so no balance changes have been made.
Hence, leveling up and gold acquisition efforts may require a effort and time.
Gairaldia 2 and 3, sequel of this game, has been released! (coming soon...)
Compatible with the latest OS.
However, please note that advertisements are sometimes displayed after the startup logo to maintain support for the latest OS (not every time).
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Brilliant "retro" JRPG.
If you ever liked any of the many older JRPGs from the NES/SNES era, this one might be for you.
Very remniscent of games such as the early Dragon Quests, or Lufia. Reminds me of both in various ways.... and that's a good thing.
I tend to find that many recent RPGs just dont do it for me (particularly Square's). Often too easy, and having more cutscenes than gameplay, I have a hard time paying attention to some of them. Not so here. The actual gameplay takes center stage in the same way as those older games, and the challenge level is high compared to recent ones. And exploration is actually encouraged..... as opposed to many recent games where it seems to barely be there at all.
Be warned though.... as I said above it IS harder than current games, the encounter rate is high, you cant carry 10 squillion healing items with you, and it's possible to get lost. If you're like me though, and you dont consider these to be BAD things.... then you need this.
I'll definitely be picking up the sequels. Brilliant game.
Pretty good turn-based RPG
It is Very reminiscent of the old Dragon Quest/Warrior games on the old Nintendo which I see as a good thing, but if you didn't like those, you probably won't like this either. I'd like to give the game 5 stars, but there are some issues. It occasionally glitches graphically. A save and restart fixes the problem but it happens fairly often. It can be hard to figure out what to do next, especially after getting the boat. The "hints" from the townsfolk aren't that useful and there's some dialog that doesn't make any sense (probably translation errors). I'm a little torn on this because I don't really want it completely spelled out, but a little more direction might be nice and it's not that clear which of the townsfolk's issues are things you can actually affect and which are just for added interest (I'm looking at you, Sally and Wood). It also requires a LOT of grinding. Again, this is how the old school JRPGs worked, but nowadays I'd prefer to actually do stuff while killing monsters.
Awesome Dragon Quest-style RPG :D
This game actually looks and works so much like early Dragon Quest games that it may be correct to call it a Dragon Quest clone, but if it is one, it is a good one. :)
A lot of the player's time will be spent exploring the massive world map, and it takes quite an effort to find your way from place to place even early on. This may not be for everyone in that regard, but me, I like it. :) In fact, the player has enough freedom to explore that often the only thing keeping you from a further region is party level & equipment.
My only issue with this game is the graphical glitches that sometimes arise while moving around. I have to remove the game from active memory to remedy this.
But I enjoy and love this game. :) It even has a bit of humor. I would happily buy and play the English-language versions of Gailardia 2&3 if the developer hadn't asked new players not to.
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- Lynus Inc.
- 16.2 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.