<p>Lootbox RPG released earlier this year to some very positive user reviews over on the App Store and Google Play. It’s an old-school dungeon-crawling RPG which mixes retro visuals with player-friendly design. It was developed by Mario Gaida, who you may know from another mobile RPG called Silversword. That one was similarly old-school, with plenty of tile-based exploration and a text-heavy narrative.</p><p>The story of Lootbox RPG sees you playing as one of the devil’s sons, with the tale picking up just as your father’s realm is threatened by outside forces. You’re summoned back home, where all manner of creatures now roam, and it’s your job to send them packing.</p><p>Battles are kept fairly simple, meaning those who might never have played this type of RPG before will hopefully still find it to be accessible. As the name might suggest, there’s a whole lot of loot to collect and try out on those unlucky enough to get in your way.</p><p>Exploration is kept fairly straightforward, with easy-to-find treasure chests dotted around the place. Potential frustrations are kept to a minimum thanks to the inclusion of a spell which highlights the path to the nearest exit on every floor. There’s also a minion system which allows you to recruit underlings to carry your gear or fight by your side.</p>
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3、<p>As reported by Gematsu, Capcom has announced a new Monster Hunter title that will be heading for iOS and Android in Japan later this year.</p><p>There's a little confusion as to when it will arrive, however. The App Store description lists the game as being expected for release on 29th February 2020. Meanwhile, the description for the trailer on YouTube says it will arrive in Winter of this year. We can expect it sometime between those dates then I guess? </p><p>Irrespective of that, we're not sure at the moment if a Wester released is on the cards. Monster Hunter is a fairly popular series and other mobile games based on the franchise have received Western releases such as Monster Hunter Stories, so it seems likely it will eventually become available over here.</p>