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I'm usually lurking around to find games that pique my interest. Nowadays, I mainly play Genshin Impact and Project Sekai!
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Note: You need to purchase the rest of the stories to finish the game!

After playing through the avaliable stories, it seems pretty interesting! I don't know how much deeper the story goes but here is a short summary:

The main protagonist, Tyler, realises they're now trapped in something called the Vortex of Time and meet a small group of others who are also in the same pool, the Loopers. People who are stuck in this vortex repeat the day of August 1st until they're able to somehow escape; hence the name Loopers. Everything is reset on August 1st and the only thing that is carried over is the person's memory.

Overall, the game gave me Steins Gate and Angel Beats vibes, but I hope the rest of the story will have some interesting twists!

I don't think I'll purchase the game any time soon as I have others on my list, but those who do, I hope it'll be an enjoyable one!

Pocket Colony | Japanese


A cute dress-up game where you can socialise and make friends!

They recently revamped a few things graphics-wise (despite it being a slightly older game) and added a few new features! Sadly, there's not much game-play as it's an app that focuses on chatting/communicating with others, so a lot of the other game-play revolves around doing smaller tasks where you'll be rewarded with the game's main currency: donuts.

I'm an anti-social player so I mainly play it for the dress-up aspect, but I've never had any issues getting a fair amount of donuts just by doing in-game tasks. There is a "download other apps and get free donuts" option as well, so it might be a slow start, but you'll eventually find yourself with a good pile of donuts (unless you spend them all like a madman).

I've also noticed there is an English and Chinese chatroom, so there are all sorts of players in-game! If you're worried about language support, more experienced players are definitely willing to help!

I was a huge fan of the graphics when I first saw the game (back when only the KR ver. was released), so I'm really happy they released a JP one!

So far, the game seems like a nice casual and relaxing game! I like how they have multiple gachas to cater to both F2P and P2W players too.

I highly recommend as the gameplay isnt difficult to understand once you get into a daily rhythm (although understanding specific quests may be difficult for some) and it's overall a cute game you can play casually!

Hoshinari Echoes


As a whole, the game felt very average; it's not oustanding nor is it that bad. Although if I had to choose, the main thing that stood out for me was how crisp the tap/menu sounds were.

One thing I would probably recommend is rerolling, seeing as I was already beginning to struggle a little with a 5 star + three 4 stars team after reaching the second area, due to possibly not having the right set of (upgraded) skills. The game does give 4 stars through achievements though.

The world, the characters and the fact that there are units that comprise of both female and male members are all very interesting, so if you're a fan of them, the game will be a worthwhile investment.

Promise of Wizard


I only played the game for about 15 minutes but I soon realised the gameplay was very similar to Shinymas (Idolmaster Shiny Colours), so it just felt like the developers took the gameplay and added an alternate world and its cast into the mix. Some features are different though.

The general graphics are quite nice; quick transitions and pretty menu designs/colour palettes are always appreciated.

Overall, a cute collecting/raising game with somewhat challenging (or should I say less brain-dead) main gameplay in terms of the raising aspect (the battles are auto, not surprising but unfortunate).

Hard to give this an actual rating due to its trial version, but after playing for around 10-15 minutes, the music gameplay is very standard/nothing stands out; it just seems like a mixture of utapri shining live, deresute and mirishita (as well as tokimeki idol to some extent). I definitely do like how fast the menu/screen transitions are and the overall design and colour palette though.

I can't seem to get the 3D MV to work at all for some reason (it's just a white screen with saturated outlines of the models) but it's definitely laggy.

Things I hope they improve on are hitsounds (they sound very jarring with the music), note design and smoother rhythm gameplay.

Looking forward to seeing the progress and improvement!

Project Babel


I've been playing for around 3 hours (up to chapter 9) and I'm really enjoying the game so far!

I have my 3D settings set on the middle level and the environment and 3D modelling of the characters look very polished. The short 2D animated scenes are also a plus!

One thing I couldn't help notice was that the 2D artwork and the battle designs reminded me of the early Final Fantasy games.

The game is quite story oriented and it seems there are more battle-based things to do once you've cleared most of the main story chapters.

There is also a gacha system and you can pull 'jobs' which will give your characters skills and stats along with weapons. There isn't a stamina system but you do need to replenish HP/MP (either by waiting or using items) as you go through the battles.

Overall, it's a nice game to play at your own pace as you can choose to progress through the different types of quests (main story, character, subquests) and the other battle modes that are unlocked later



The home screen and 3D models reminds me of kimikiri (not surprising) and it looks like they've made it somewhat smoother.

Main gameplay-wise, it's more or less exactly the same as enstars with a few other features thrown in. Overall, the game system isn't hard to understand, so you can pretty much imagine what the events will be like (unless they bring in an event that requires a new feature)...

I haven't gotten very far in the story, but there's nothing special going on yet (might change this if the story gets interesting later on).

The 4% rate for the 5☆ is pretty nice but keep in mind RNG is RNG; my 2 ten pulls got me 2 SRs whereas I somehow managed to solo a 5☆ so it really just depends on your luck (っ´ω`c)

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