Kemco Releases Two New Games to Google Play

Thursday, March 7th, 2013

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Silver Nornir Title- Kemco

Kemco has quite a few JRPGs in Google Play, but now, they’re celebrating the release of another JRPG Silver Nornir. I’ve gotta say, it has a really intriguing premise for a plot. As is the norm for the genre, you lead a group of heroes to attempt to save the world. Seems easy enough right? There’s a twist. The world has already been destroyed twice before.

It’s a pretty cool hook that echoes Final Fantasy VI a bit, while still keeping a lot of room for what looks like a really unique battle system, which, judging by the trailer below, seems to have a lot going for it. They’re calling it a “wide” battle screen, which means that it’s supposed to be very positioning heavy. You’ve gotta give Kemco some credit here; they always seem to add a few twists to the combat to keep it fresh. All in all, it seems like a solid addition to what’s already a pretty solid lineup. It’ll normally be priced at $ 7.99, but they’re knocking that down to $ 2.99 for the launch window. The Google Play link is here.

Silver Nornir2 Kemco

That’s not the only new game they’re releasing however. They’ve also got a new “Escape-the Room” puzzler in Escape from Castle Orochi. In it, you have to save a kidnapped princess, but to do so, you have to go to a mysterious castle that nobody has escaped from before. The game runs $ 1.99, and looks more than capable if that’s your cup of tea. You can pick it up on Google Play here.

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For more details, the game’s official websites are here:

Silver Nornir

Escape from Castle Orochi

This report was compiled using official press releases. The screenshots of  Silver Noir were  taken on the reporters phone. The copy of the game was purchased by himself.

About Daniel Gulyas

Daniel is a third year business student from Texas who got his start in JRPGs with Final Fantasy 8 and has loved them ever since. His three biggest passions are video games, technology and baseball, with anime being a growing fourth. He occasionally Let's Plays on the side as a hobby.