Craft Magic Spells In A Magical High School Girl
Role-playing games aren't always the first thing to come to mind when thinking of hot mobile titles, but that dynamic changes when roguelike elements start to peep into the mix. Such is the case with A Magical High School Girl, the new roguelike RPG title from independent Japanese developer illuCalab. The game is currently available for PC via Steam, but publisher Sekai Project has recently announced that the title is now available for iOS devices through the Apple App Store.
A Magical High School Girl is being touted as a "magic crafting roguelike RPG," and the game gives players control over magical spells that are created through combination of basic magical elements. Players will acquire those magical elements through story progression and magic stones found within dungeons, and will then be able to combine their skills to develop even more powerful magical spells.
The art style of A Magical High School Girl is spot-on for what players expect from mobile titles, with crisp retro-style art accentuating the game's free-roaming and apparently grid-based attack system. Interested players can check out the game's PC trailer, seen above, or head over to the App Store and pick up the game for just $2.99.