Welcome to the new Asdivine and get ready as a tale about divine encounters with mankind and mankind's encounters with the divine is about to unfold...
- An Adventure of Divine Proportions!
Among the many worlds the deities have created, there is one world that abounds with life known as Asdivine. But when a spate of disturbances erupts across the globe and an ever spreading murk threatens to destroy it, Izayoi, the deity of Asdivine himself, takes up his cause to save the world he created with his own hands. Unfortunately, suffering from a loss of his own divine powers, is there any hope he can he succeed? Find out as the curtain raises on this adventure of divine proportions!
- A New Benchmark in Quality
Following in the footsteps of the critically acclaimed Asdivine Hearts, Asdivine Dios further enhances its palette of visual expressions. While still maintaining the beauty of the original 2D artwork, some of the most fluid character motion and bold effects ever seen in a handheld RPG have been realized with amazing results!
- Biggger and Better than Ever Before!
Boasting a voluminous story, an expansive world, treasure filled dungeons, exciting battles, weapon creation, and more… the all-inclusive RPG experience is finally here! Not only does quality, but content also goes hand in hand as players are now able to customize weapons and even combine magic and skills to rack up damage to new heights!
Plus, with more options than ever before, battling it out with hordes of foes has never been so fulfilling! But wait, that's not all! In Asdivine Dios, limitless enemies and loot, a multitude of subquests, and even bosses that will blow your mind await!
*Asdivine Dios can also be enjoyed in its entirety without the need for additional purchases. While in-app-purchase content requires additional fees, it is not necessary for finishing the game.
*The actual price might differ depending on the region.
Minor bug fixes.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Having fun so far. Battles aren't too bad. I'm playing Hard mode and I don't find it too challenging. I may bump it up in difficulty.
Battles are pretty straightforward. The party leader for both your team and the enemies can have an effect on the other members such as speed up.
There is a bit of exploration that isn't too hard to navigate.
The main negative is that there doesn't seem to be a decent explanation of how magic works. You can learn spells of various elements by equipping rings of said element. However, I have no idea how to switch to spells of those elements. For example, the main protagonist learned Heal, but it's not a part of his original element. I have no idea how to use it. It doesn't come up when I choose spells. It shows up in his status though.
Other than that, it's pretty enjoyable. Fun and lighthearted. Choose the hardest difficulty though or after the first dungeon it'll be too easy.
Good Old School RPG
This game has been addictive so far, and pretty fun. The creators added some nice innovation to make it interesting. When characters talk you can read a subtext in another color showing what they think in the context of their statements. You can also shape the growth of your characters by helping them learn abilities. The story does well at developing strong personalities in your friends, but has kept some mystery as to the motivation of the villain (though there are hints along the way). Even with multiple new style apps around, I find myself more interested in playing this one, and it works offline which can help. While I don't see a multiplayer element yet, I think this is a fun game and worth a try if you like old school adventure RPGs.
Fun, but isn’t actually free
This game is great and all, but becomes basically unplayable halfway through unless you pay 8$ to continue.
It’s simple enough, as it starts making ads appear, which I understand. They need to make money somehow. However, the consistent banner ads cover up ESSENTIAL information, such as health bars, and i can’t even use and Ad-Blocker or airplane mode to get rid of the ads, as the game (which your supposed to be able to play offline) fails to load anything without WiFi, as its trying to show you an ad.
So yeah, a game that cheats you out of playing it once things actually start getting really fun. If the ads weren’t placed over the FREAKING health bars, so I could actually play through the battles, then I would have given it 4 or 5 stars!
- Kotobuki Solution Co., Ltd.
- 348.7 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2015 KEMCO/EXE-CREATE
- In-App Purchases
- 100 ADP $0.99
- 600 ADP $4.99
- 1250 ADP $9.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.