Welcome to the old school RPG world of Saga RPG: First Blade.
The world is in chaos under the rule of the Dragon King. You will embark on a quest to rid the lands of this evil monster. On your journey, you will meet helpful friends, encounter many dangerous foes, and equip yourself as you prepare for the most epic battle of all time. The people welcome you as their hero. May your sword stay ever sharp.
What to expect
This game is built to be lightweight. The download is tiny, and the game processing is minimal. To accomplish this, the game itself is pretty simple and a bit of an experiment to see if there is still interest in this type of game on the iOS platform.
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Ratings and Reviews
Ignore The Haters
This game is well done and is retro styled. The demands for mini maps and such would ruin the fun of the game. The whole point of the game is to explore it. It's very hard to get overly lost unless you're just moving around and not even glancing at your surroundings. The complaints about not being able to beat areas and not being able to just buy your way to max stats and beat the game. This game is a RPG. Go buy a better weapon or farm a little to level up. I finished the game with little to no farming at all so it's definitely possible. I'm currently downloading the sequel now. Keep this up. I love where you're going with this.
GREAT OLDSCHOOL RPG
If you are a fan of old Nintendo rpgs or even very old computer rpgs you will love this game. They even made a second one after this one with added features (map and exp counter that tells you how much until next level) I just want to say good work to the developers and thanks. Idk how hard it is to look into making an mmorpg phone game but this simple platform with friends would be great.
Really nice old-school
I really enjoyed playing this game. It reminded me of the first RPG games I played in the 1980s. Very old-school, but fun, and well-thought-out (in a retro way). It's a cute way to show grandchildren "this is what the games were like when I was your age... This is how it all started." Kind of short, but looking forward to the sequel.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.