Level 5 announces 3 new games for Android and iOS devices

Level 5 has revealed three new role playing games being developed for iOS and Android devices.


The first, Wonder Flick, is a loot-focused RPG being directed by Level 5 CEO Akihiro Hino. Character designs will be created by Nao Ikeda (Final Fantasy XII) while Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu will handle the music. The basic game will be available this year for free, but with extra items available for purchase in-game.

The second game is a slot battle RPG titled Chikyu Kaimetsuteki B-kyu Kanojo (Earth Devastating B-rank Girlfriend) and features a cast of female characters in a post-apocalyptic setting. The game already has a promo streaming online, and will be available for iOS devices in June and for Android devices in July.

The last game revealed by Level 5 is Majin Station (Devil Station), a role playing game for Android and iOS devices available for free later this year. The game is directed by Jiro Ishi (Time Travellers) and character designs are handled by Yuusuke Kozaki (Fire Emblem Awakening).

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