This weeks game buzzing in my pants is thanks to Don’t Get Fired!, a little indie RPG brought to you by an even smaller game developer in Quick Turtle. Hassled by your parents to get a part time job anywhere, you decide to push pass what they say and pursue your passion in some corporate office. After getting rejected a few times you finally land a position as an intern in some big office. Working your way up the corporate ladder is no easy feat, constantly getting fired or resigning to do various reasons (work fatigue, a critical error, a lack of work for you to do, even missing a project, or bringing the wrong kind of nuts).
After getting fired a couple times you should be able to pick up the lay of the land, and be able to get a promotion or two in before you’re disappointingly let go, but as you climb the corporate ladder you’ll gain experience and become able to upgrade yourself to work harder, faster, and more charismatic so you’ll be able to smooth talk your way to another promotion. Surviving in a modern day Korean company isn’t all that easy as you’ll learn by your 30th company you join that you’re absolutely useless and that you can and will be let go for any and every reason possible, so it is in your favor to not get to down on yourself when you can’t keep a job.
With only two games under their belt, QuickTurtle is quickly becoming a great mobile gaming developer, but why should you listen to me, I’m an idiot on the internet. You can download Don’t get fired! yourself on the Google Play Store and the App Store for free and don’t forget to let us know what you think of Don’t Get Fired!
Who doesn’t like to sit around with their friends and dive into a 600 hour Dungeons and Dragon campaign, lets not lie it’s probably just a handful of us, but there is a way for you to get that D&D flavor all on your phone. Knights of Pen and Paper is brought to you by Behold Studios and Paradox Interactive, where you take hold of 2-5 friends in a customizable (for in-game bonuses) basement beginning a new RPG campaign. With 13 characters and 5 unlockables (The Behold Studios crew) to choose for your party each getting their own bonus, on top of choosing each party member you must choose their classes as well. With six starter classes and another six unlockable there’s plenty of variety to create your characters from.
Taking hold of the party as they freshly awaken inside a jail cell, you must fight your way to freedom and begin your journey in this strange land. As you slay your enemies you gain XP to level, in turn being able to upgrade your characters abilities, skills, and spells. As you go getting stronger you may begin to think that your gear is getting a little dinky, but don’t worry there’s a forge where you can roll and see if you can craft some new gear or armor. If that doesn’t work and you still aren’t doing well, Behold Studios added a new feature that lets you spawn enemies weak or strong so you can farm XP and level up or just to see if you can handle a barrage of high level enemies for fun. With a beautiful pixel art world and what sounds like chiptunes, it’s easy to fall in love with the beautiful world. You can download Knights of Pen and Paper, on the Google Play store and the App Store for $4.99, or you can find it on Steam for $9.99