There are plenty of Role Play Games (or RPG, as they are simpler called) in the Windows Store, and in the past we have featured one of the best – Soul Craft. Now, we’re seeing a new cool Windows 8 RPG game get launched – Medieval Apocalypse
Medieval Apocalypse is a fresh role playing game that has been launched in the Windows Store for Windows 8 tablet and desktop device users. It’s a freemium game, meaning that you can download and play it for free but with the help of in-game purchases, you can complete certain missions faster or finish levels. The main characther is a “little knight” if I can say so, that fights against zombies in a apocalyptic medieval world.
Medieval Apocalypse for Windows 8 is a pleasant play
Medieval Apocalypse is an action-packed hack and slash role playing game that takes players to an apocalyptic medieval world. Playing as a knight, your goal is to complete quests and eliminate the attacking zombie hordes. You will receive coins and experience as reward that can be spent on improved equipment and skills. Use your skills wisely to defeat your enemies.
The game has a pretty small size of more than 56 MB, yet it manages to deliver a good graphic quality. I’ve played the game for a few minutes on my Windows 8 tablet and I found it to be really enjoyable. To stimulate the increase in hours of playtime, the developer is awarding the most frequent players, so if you will come back each day to play the game, you will be able to grow your rewards – from 300, 600, 900, 1800 coins to as much as 10 diamonds. You can then use them to pruchase from the 45+ unique weapons and shields to make your knight stronger.
There are 10 different zombie types with unique characteristics that you will fight against and they will try to get you cornered on the tiny map. You will have at your disposal four options – attack, reflect, leap and whirlwind. Of course, you can always keep on running, as some of the quests include survival missions, but in the end, you will have to get rid of the growing zombie hordes.
For its initial release, it’s a pretty good Windows 8 RPG game so I recommend you to follow the link at the end and see how it works out. But what I’d like to see in future updates are bigger maps, since one gets quickly bored with the same environment.