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Prepare to join Knights of Pen & Paper 2 in a turn-based, retro style, pixel-art adventure full of danger, intrigue, and semi-appropriate cultural references!

The game is now free, with a fully reworked combat balance and ingame economy. More of everything! We will continuously improve the game, be sure to keep the game updated!

Players portray both party and game master playing a tabletop RPG, and must assemble both their characters, and the challenges they will face.

"There's something genuinely pleasant about Knights of Pen and Paper 2, especially if you're a fan or tabletop role playing. It pokes fun, but it's always warm towards its subject matter.”- Pocket Gamer

"a great little RPG that presents excellent value for money with much to love.”- Continue Play

Main features:
• The ultimate retro role-playing simulation - again!
• Fully customizable party, from the players to the game room.
• Expanded equipment and crafting systems.
• All-new campaign featuring dozens of locations, sidequests, and dynamic dungeons.

What’s New

Version 2.10

- Charms Rework: 20 new & more powerful charms to enchant your gear
- Small bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
7.7K Ratings

7.7K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

Paradox Interactive knows what makes gamers tick. So it's no surprise this sequel packs so much fan service, meta-humor, and wacky fun into its gorgeous pixelated package. Build a party with unique characters (like the Hipster, whose Early Adopter passive skill lets you buy items before others), then venture forth on hundreds of absurd quests—customizing your party, equipment, and decorations along the way. It’s silly and amusing, but like its predecessor, Knights of Pen & Paper 2 is a deep game hardcore RPG fans will respect.

Chaddabot ,

Games good but major bug issue

Tl;dr games really fun and funny, but ridiculous money grubbing


Pros: It is really fun and easy to learn. There’s so many ways to play and all the class, race and player combos are great. It feels like no matter what I pick, it’s a good combo. It’s colorful and has great references and self aware humor! It makes a lot of out of character responses that you’d get while playing dnd. Being able to customize the play room is cool and unlocking new classes as you play means it’s worth playin through a couple times!

Cons: Dungeons can kill you without you having a chance to respond if you hit a couple trap and monster filled rooms. A lot of times when you start a quest, the game instead ask you to buy something with real money and you need to go to the purchase screen, exit it, then restart the quest which is very frustrating. There’s a lot of grinding. The game has a lot of money sinks and some tend to be very unfair. Spending about 5-10k on an instantly failed dungeon due to traps in the first three rooms and losing money is common. Getting the premium money is impossible. Once your lvl 15 you do a daily dungeon for 15 diamonds if you beat it and is the only way to get diamonds besides paying for them. Unlocking everything is a couple hundred dollars of real world money!! Just unlocking 3 players and 2 classes is 60 bucks! And to get everything you need 4 or 5k in diamonds! And you get about 15 a day so.....

jlehman3007 ,

Disappointed

This game used to be my favorite game on iOS, yet sadly I had to delete it to make more space on my phone. Now that I’ve freed up more space I thought it would be fun to download the game again. However, after a week of trying to get it to start after the screen would just fade to black and not change from that, I finally got it up and working and what I walked into was not the game I remembered. It asked me to create an account and then to buy gems once it started, and I was a little peeved but I was willing to overlook this. Then all the room pieces, dlc, and expansions, of which I had purchased and acquired throughout the game beforehand, cost gems, gems that cost real life money. Now restoring my items wouldn’t work and so I decided to overlook this too, hoping that the gameplay would allow me to breeze over that. Wrong. I started playing, and it was fine for the most part, until I took a wrong turn and was completely out of money. I had to fight the monsters there to get money to travel, right? However I stumbled into an area that was 12 levels ahead of me. With my heroes all dead, I had 2 options. A) Constantly revive the goth until I defeated one set of monsters and then speed away, or B) pay actual money to get gems to get coins. That was the last straw. I uninstalled the game on the spot. Sorry this was long, I just had too much frustration to vent. That concludes my TED Talk.

Editors’ Notes

Paradox Interactive knows what makes gamers tick. So it's no surprise this sequel packs so much fan service, meta-humor, and wacky fun into its gorgeous pixelated package. Build a party with unique characters (like the Hipster, whose Early Adopter passive skill lets you buy items before others), then venture forth on hundreds of absurd quests—customizing your party, equipment, and decorations along the way. It’s silly and amusing, but like its predecessor, Knights of Pen & Paper 2 is a deep game hardcore RPG fans will respect.

Information

Seller
Paradox Interactive AB
Size
452.9 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility

Requires iOS 9.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
Copyright
© Paradox Interactive AB
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Starter set $1.99
  2. Small Pack of Diamonds $4.99
  3. Medium pack of Diamonds $9.99

Supports

  • Game Center

    Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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