The upgrade system is unlike anything seen before, based around genetics and DNA manipulation.
Seoul, South Korea (PRWEB) December 05, 2014
Imagine yourself as a mad scientist on a quest to breed the perfect beast. That’s exactly the premise behind Remimory’s latest release D.N.Age.
Set inside a fantasy world, players take on the role of a lost adventurer who finds himself transported to an alternate dimension. In order to get back home, he must search for magical items in forests, deserts, and dungeons with the help of a team of monsters.
D.N.Age strikes a perfect balance between a dungeon-crawler RPG and monster raising simulator with a very unique twist. The upgrade system is unlike anything seen before, based around genetics and DNA manipulation. Players can collect monsters on dungeon raids, then analyze their DNA for specific traits and breed them with other monsters to improve their traits and make them stronger.
The game brings a whole range of customization options including the ability to dress and style your virtual assistant – a rather attractive elf who guides you on your quest; a medicine crafting clinic; and a lab to grow special herbs.
Remimory has gone with a premium model, pricing the game at $4.99 USD, to avoid pushy free-to-play monetization strategies. The game can is now available on Google Play and the App Store.
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About Remimory: Remimory is a small, indie game studio based out of Seoul South Korea. They are known for the game Color Symphony, a simple side scrolling RPG for PC. D.N.Age marks the company’s foray into the premium mobile sphere.