Erin: The Last Aos Si - when creating their Android game of novelty, related to the RPG genre, the guys from the studio Daniel Franko were guided, apparently, by the mythology and legends of Ancient Scotland. The game consists of many independent stages, on each of which the main heroine is waiting for a battle with any monster, and each next level carries a stronger opponent. The heroine moves around the location independently, and immediately after the appearance of the monster, enters an exciting and grandiose battle. The battle system in the project Erin: The Last Aos Si for the Android platform is executed, I must say, really original: the characters perform their moves in strict order, and this indicator depends on their speed on the improvised scale. In the arsenal of the main character is a pair of magical spells: healing and a ball of flame. You can use them both "inside" the magic book, and by yourself typing the necessary symbols. In addition, each monster is susceptible only to certain magical actions, that is, all revenge under one comb will not work. After the victory over the opponent we continue the race on location, and in the final we become the happy owner of the treasured chest, inside of which there can be a valuable and powerful spell. Graphically, the project does not look very impressive, because it uses coarse-grained pixel graphics, so the game is more for fans of a similar theme, most gamers will probably not like it.
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