By Kayleigh Partleton
It's been a long week. I'm tired, lazy and cannot be bothered to think.
Therefore, we have returned to something simple, no puzzlers this week. My poor little mind couldn't handle it.
Instead, I found a new game in the RPG genre, my one true love in this crazy world.
This week, Mobirix's Dungeon Knight: 3D Idle RPG has reigned supreme as PocketGamer.biz's Mobile Game of the Week.
Better yet, this game involves time travel, now I might not be the brightest bulb and understand all the time-travelling mumbo jumbo, but it's fun to be along for the ride.
The controls are simple. There is an analogue stick on the left-hand side of the screen, while the attack button can be found on the right-hand side.
Fortunately, the camera happens to be a good friend here. There is nothing worse than having to fight awful camera angles as well as hordes of enemies. However, at times, the combat can feel clunky.
Remember when I said I was feeling particularly lazy this week? Well, Dungeon Knight: 3D Idle RPG has me covered, literally. The game has an auto button, meaning I can sit back and watch the mayhem unfold.
There is nothing like finding a game that totally understands your mood and supports you in your mission to do nothing and achieve total laziness.
As for the aim of the game, players need to wipe out hordes of enemies in a range of dungeons, having been sent back in time to prevent armageddon.
A number of classes are available, meaning there is a fighting style to fit even the pickiest of heroes.
Naturally, as with any RPG, there are character upgrades available. As the level goes on, players will earn coins, which can be spent on attributes such as attack and critical chance.
Then there are also a number of skills to unlock. These can help to turn the tide of battle, especially when faced with a large horde.
Furthermore, there is a whole range of equipment available, some of which looks amazing. Because let's be honest, you don't just want to win; you want to look good while doing it.
Unsurprisingly, in-app purchases are available, as is the norm in the vast majority of mobile RPGs.
Players can purchase gems, which cost anywhere from $0.79 to $73.99. However, the more you pay, the golden keys are provided as a bonus.
In turn, gems can be used to get gold, the currency that is needed to purchase in-game upgrades, skills, classes, and weapons.
Moreover, there are ads available for players to watch should they be after some bonuses free of charge.
I would recommend Dungeon Knight: 3D Idle RPG to anyone that enjoys the genre likes dungeons, and slaying hordes of enemies. It makes for an enjoyable time, be you playing or just watching.
So, will Dungeon Knight: 3D Idle RPG keep its place on my phone? Yes. It helps me to be lazy, and that is the kind of support I need right now.