RPG Dragon Lapis 9+

A retro RPG is here‪!‬

Kotobuki Solution Co., Ltd.

    • 4.8 • 868 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



The dawn of a new hero!

A thousand years ago, a great battle ensued between two dragons, one gold and the other silver, where they were sealed away. However, the real tale begins many centuries later after the Silver Dragon reawakens, and launches an assault on a frontier village in the far north.

There, a royal knight by the name of Lucas serves as a guard after being relegated to the rural and much isolated location by the King. Yet, little does he know he is, in fact, a descendant of the hero, Alaric, who once sealed the Gold and Silver Dragons in human form. Nonetheless, when tragedy strikes, he soon finds his place, and after teaming up with a band of unlikely companions, sets out on an adventure to save the world.

- Make a return to the golden age of RPGs!
- Intuitive controls & retro graphics!
- Unlock the growth plates to power up characters!
- Change and master jobs to use more abilities!
- Plenty of subquests and extra content!
- Challenging dungeons full of gimmicks and formidable opponents!
- Fight various enemies and complete the Enemy Guide!
- Play the Lottery to win strong equipment!
- Character's appearance changes depending on their job!
- Splendid BGM from the renowned game composer Ryuji Sasai!

* The game can be played in its entirety without the need for in-game transactions.

What’s New

Version 1.1.5

Minor bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
868 Ratings

868 Ratings

Kinjay the gamer ,

What a blast!

This game is fantastic. Finally a game where there’s no energy, tiered hero summoning garbage and nonstop ads. This game is a classic dragon quest/final fantasy like RPG. The combat is satisfying and it has a great job (class) system in place to keep you exploring different builds for your squad. Leveling up isn’t a grind, it’s really at the perfect pace to keep me playing without getting bored. The story is well done and the characters are comical and fun. Like I said above, the ads only interrupt me once in awhile and i hardly even notice. The devs did a great job with this little gem. I’ll be supporting them soon with the in game store. Overall, if you like turn based rpgs then you’re gonna love this game. My only complaint is that the music isn’t very varied which is a shame cause I like the few tracks they have, but they just repeat over and over. Not a big deal because I can just turn it off.

Also I’ve never written a review for a game before, so kudos to the devs who made me take a moment to say “thank you!”.

ShinyDragoon ,

Good but could improve

Before I start I really love the games you guys make and have been playing them since I was 10. This is great and the characters have a lot of personality. The combat animation are pretty cool and the addition of different jobs is great but some of them get confusing I can’t tell if some jobs just upgrade others or if they’re their own thing also The game can be clearer on how to use certain mechanics like the wind lapis. Also, I know it’s like this for almost all kemco games other than justice chronicles but I don’t like that you can only have 4 usable characters. Part of what I think makes up a lot of good mobile rpgs whether they be ones like this or chess board ones is the ability to changes what characters you have. And another 3 good things I found is the fact to that the vanguard changes how much damage characters take and that tactics decide what characters focus on I battle. The last good thing I found (by the way even though this game has lots of great aspects these at the ones I really liked) Was that you can make decisions on what you say in the story some times. I don’t know if it affects the story yet but it’s still cool you guys put that in. Overall this is a great game with a few flaws but people should still play it if they get the chance.

Konoaoi ,

Nostalgic and addicting

I was skeptical at first with this game, but after a few hours of playing I’m reminded of all the games I enjoyed growing up. It almost feels like a collective of all the rpg Gameboy games I grew up with mashed into a single mobile game. The dialogue is well thought out and hilarious to the point where I actually read through it all. There’s no intrusive ads that pop-up every possible chance, it’s minimal to the point where it isn’t a bother. It’s definitely not a pay-to-win like most games you find on the App Store, but you have the option to indulge if you wish to do so. I rarely write reviews, but I thought I’d take the time to give this game a proper review.

8 hours of gameplay later, the in-game characters mention that the amount of ads in game are going to increase. And that is definitely no joke. Every 2 battles I receive an ad, every time I save I receive an ad, navigating the menu I receive an ad. There’s even a button now present on the game screen to remove ads which remains there. The first few hours of gameplay had very little ads, but now the ads are intrusive and appear to pop out at every single opportunity.

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