Slaying Hordes… Slowly But Surely
As far as RPG gamers go, we expect to be weak at the beginning of the game. It’s just how RPGs work. You start as a weakling and progress through a skill tree to become the epic warrior you see on the game cover. Well what if this gimmick was the whole idea behind a mobile RPG?
F Class Adventurer is a horde-style RPG where the shrimpy warrior you play as rises through the ranks by slaying monsters and garnering XP and skills from them. You gain gold and gems for every kill which can be used to purchase new armor, weapons, and skills to improve your odds at clearing stages.
Another Horde Type Game?
As an avid RPG gamer, I’ve played plenty of games that use this style of leveling. And while they might be the same in that regard, F Class Adventurer sticks out to me anyways. FCA includes Tower stages that are harder versions of the horde levels you play through. These levels are stocked with loot and increase the higher up the tower you go. There are also boss levels that give boosts upon their defeat.
A Grind That You’ll Love
One of my favorite features is the rarity system. To continually improve your stats, besides using gold to upgrade your Attack, HP, etc., you need to buy swords and armor. This is done in a spin-the-wheel manner where you give 1500 gems in return for 30 swords or armor sets. My favorite part is getting that one rare or legendary sword in the mix of 30 swords. Getting a bunch at one time works in the players’ favor as well since swords can merge to produce a sword that is one level higher. What’s great about this system is that it has no pay-to-win feature. FCA provides the player ample rewards for achievements in the game, meaning you’ll always have enough currency to buy the armor and sword packages.
Should You Give It A Try?
Definitely. F Class Adventurer is a game I didn’t think I needed in my mobile game rotation. It hunkers down on the “grindiness” of horde-type RPGs and succeeds in style and a pretty decent motive. I’d play it for the sword and armor rolling alone, but I guess it’s nice to have the gameplay to go with it. If you’re looking for a grindy wave-fighter that you can leave on in the background, look no further than F Class Adventurer.
Is It Hardcore?
While there are some hardcore aspects to the other modes, the base gameplay isn’t all that difficult. It’s the game’s entertaining content that keeps you addicted for more.