Saga RPG: First Blade

Saga RPG: First Blade


Welcome to the old school RPG world of Saga RPG: First Blade.

Story
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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
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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 Android platform.

If you like the game, please show your support by providing a positive rating/feedback. If I see enough interest, I'd be thrilled to release another version - with many of the updates I left out to keep this version lightweight.

Thank you for playing!

Recent changes:
- Go/Action button only appears when it is able to be used
- Added door for first town exit to help guide new players
- Some translation improvements
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User ratings
660
Installs
10,000+
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File size
451 kb
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About Saga RPG: First Blade
Welcome to the old school RPG world of Saga RPG: First Blade.

Story
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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
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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 Android platform.

If you like the game, please show your support by providing a positive rating/feedback. If I see enough interest, I'd be thrilled to release another version - with many of the updates I left out to keep this version lightweight.

Thank you for playing!

Recent changes:
- Go/Action button only appears when it is able to be used
- Added door for first town exit to help guide new players
- Some translation improvements

User reviews of Saga RPG: First Blade
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A Google User
Apr 25, 2015
Excellent Great game. Loved it to bits! Keep up the good work.
A Google User
Apr 15, 2015
Thanks Fun little grind enjoyed myself now on to II
A Google User
Apr 6, 2015
Interesting Hybrid I was a bit skeptical at first. I've been gaming since Atari, and while I adore the 8-bit generation of rpg's, I've never been a fan of the Ultima series. The layout did remind me of that at first, but it looks and plays so much better, sort of like an Ultima clone that's been revamped to cater to a newer market, while still maintaining an 8-bit style that's disguised in either early SNES or early PC graphics. It's very simple and quick to learn, and it's great for gaming on the road, although I doubt I'd spend a lot of time playing it at home when I have access to a variety of console, handheld, and PC games. It's also easy to look at and read without feeling you need to squint or get a pair of glasses, unlike some other recent games that attempt the same thing (Eternal Lux, I'm looking at you). The only cons are, no music and no intro storyline. I was hoping for a bit of original 8-bit MIDI, and the only blooping sound effect whenever you make a move gets annoying fast. A small blurb of what your goal is when you start the game would have been nice, and wouldn't have added much for size. But not including it at the intro does remind me of some of the classic NES titles where you had to read the manual to get the story... so, I've a bit of a love / hate relationship with that particular con right now. Want something quick and fun while the wife is driving you and the kids around town? Yonder for the days of yesteryear where oldschool gaming was the best thing around? Well, here's your chance. One quick note: While ads can get annoying, I understand their use for free games. I also appreciate how they weren't as cumbersome here; they were either very small notations above the control or popped up only when you saved the game, rather than some other free rpg's that have them every few seconds of game time.
A Google User
Mar 30, 2015
I love it Fun and easy to play
A Google User
Mar 26, 2015
No real story and by far too short. Annoying controls - you have to touch the direction button for each single step again.
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