Where does the path of divine power lead? Introducing Revenant Dogma, a 3D battle RPG!

- The Path of Divine Power
Caine enters a ruins site in search of a feral relic said to be left behind by the gods and meets a mysterious girl in a mask.
This strange encounter becomes the catalyst of a grand scheme that will change the worlds of humans and therians.
Will this new-found power lead to prosperity or destruction...

- Dynamic Battles
A battle experience full of ambience featuring Transformations that enable various skills and Bursts that can deal massive damage.

- Fully Customizable Weapons
Weapons can be customized for stronger attack power or imbued with various effects.
Forged weapons can be sold for gold or broken down for reinforcing material.
Utilizing weapons effectively will be monumental in your adventure.

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

What’s New

Version 1.1.0

This update is signed with Apple’s latest signing certificate. No new features are included.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
512 Ratings

512 Ratings

Auntie in 7th Heaven ,

A cute adventure

This game has an unusually strong story. I previously deleted it because it was stuck near the beginning (though that may just been my unfamiliarity with its style of maze wandering). After about a year, I tried again and am at level 23 with three days of play.

The plot and characters are cute (though the dialog is sometimes tediously repetitive, in imitation of animes). The fight animations are well drawn and so far seem well designed. I am enjoying the easy level, which has made victory both quick and automatic, except in the dungeons. So far, it has not tried to force money from me and was even quite patient and polite about asking for a review. In my memory, it is much better than it was a year ago, which makes me hope it will continue to improve.

DramakingXlll ,

How this game somehow relates to Dragon lapis but with better graphics

This game is just what I wanted turns out while I was going through to see if their was anymore games just like Dragon lapis an Adventure game it turns out that the same company that made Dragon lapis made Dogma to and including others which I already downloaded those ones I mean since were all on quarantine I just thought it would be a good idea to just download them all just to have something to do. But other then all that I love all your games and I hope to keep seeing more game from your company in the future.

Nackerman625 ,


I’ve been a fan of this developer’s games for several years and I have a lot of respect for their business model. I wish more games would take this approach. This is a game you can play all the way to the end without spending a buck if you choose, which is exactly why I don’t mind buying things from time to time. Literally the only thing that would make it better is a “skip dialogue” feature. I like the story but I’m on my third replay and I’d pay good money to skip past all the cutscenes. (Now I’m telling you that, don’t be greedy 😉)


Kotobuki Solution Co., Ltd.
285.5 MB

Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
In-App Purchases
  1. Remove Ads + 800RDP $7.99
  2. 100RDP $0.99
  3. 600RDP $4.99


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