Retro Knight is out now!

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  1. noahbwilson

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    Jul 21, 2016
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    After a few years and a lot of iterations, Retro Knight v1.0 is out now for iOS! I will be releasing a Droid version as well, but I can't really test on a Droid so I make no promises. Hey, it's free, so what's the harm?


    Retro Knight is:
    • The adventure/style of Zelda: Link To The Past (mixed in with some Zelda: Adventure of Link)
    • The collection/simulation/real-time gameplay of Animal Crossing. Buy your own house!
    • The action of Gauntlet and Smash TV. So many enemies. So much blood.
    • New Quests every day with a variety of styles from exploration, collection, mystery, hunting, pure carnage.
    • A nostalgic trip into the classic days of video games like Super Mario Bros, Castlevania, Mega Man, Bubble Bobble, Metroid, Bomberman, Balloon Fight, and more!
    • So many items from the good-old days: Leaf Shield and Metal Blades (Mega Man), Bottled Lightning and Red Sneakers (Bubble Bobble), Super Mushrooms and Barrels (Super Mario). The list is really, really, really long.
    • Arcade-style Top Scores for select areas, as seen here:
    • Fishing, Gemstone Collecting, and coming soon: Pets and Store Ownership! See what else is on the way here:
    • Collect over 500 different items.
    • Find dozens of armors, costumes, and suits with awesome extra abilities.
    • Play as (eventually) 20 different characters. (Two available now! Six more in the next update.)
    So get Retro Knight, ya dingus.


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