Fans of iOS RPGs have a new one coming soon to look forward to. Developer Minoraxis, most well-known for their Fruit Juice Tycoon series, is taking a stab at the KRPG realm with their upcoming title Fantastic Knight. The game will feature two different playable characters, the young prince Wenrick and the female warrior Erien, each with their own storylines that intertwine with one another.

The battling in Fantastic Knight will be the real-time hack ’n slash variety, with a deep skill system filled with both active and passive abilities to be explored and upgraded. There will also be a large number of weapons, armors, and items to collect and upgrade. One rather interesting inclusion in Fantastic Knight is what the developer calls the Forgotten Continent. It sounds like this will be some sort of survival mode or dungeon trial mode separate from the main campaign that tasks you with completing whole dungeons that have been scaled to your own level and skill set.

Fantastic Knight is already submitted to Apple and waiting for approval, so we should hopefully see it in the next couple of weeks. It will launch at $2.99 as a universal app with Retina Display support. There's a thread in our forums for discussion of the game, and we’ll take a look at Fantastic Knight as soon as it launches.

  • Masa

    Do you know if the game is from a mobile ? I mean not a smartphone?

  • Anonymous

    Looks to be another button mashing KRPG.

  • backtothis

    All we've seen is Zenonia 3 so far this year in terms of a good KRPG. Can't wait for this one. Looks like quality.

  • krpg

    I'm a sucka for this kinda game. Going on my iPad

  • old wrpger

    Each to his/her own tastes, but personally I reeeeeaaally wish there were more Diablo-clones on the iOS than KRPG/JRPG clones..

    • Crish

      So do I. Can´t stand this mushroom bashing save-the-kingdom gameplay.

  • Michael A. Robson

    Just give us War of Lions already...

    • Anonymous

      Can I get an amen.

  • Richard Hawkes

    Game is out now:
    $2.99 launch deal, plus a "free coins" promotion in the forums.

  • Ray

    sorry but, what does the "k" of "krpg" stand for?

  • Richard Hawkes

    It stands for Korean, in the same way that people refer to JRPG (Japanese), and WRPG (western).

  • Richard Hawkes

    Currently running at 
     - number 7 in iPhone RPGs (US iTunes)
     - number 145 in all iPhone games (US iTunes)

  • Richard Hawkes

    Currently running at  - number 2 in iPad RPGs (US iTunes). Great!

  • Richard Hawkes

    Currently featuring on App Store front page (US/UK, maybe others) in New and noteworthy!