KEMCO JRPG Infinite Dunamis (iOS) on Sale

Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

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Infinite Dunamis | “A dramatic fantasy RPG about man, magic, and machine!”

KEMCO and EXE-CREATE’s mobile JRPG Infinite Dunamis is now on sale in the iTunes App Store. This game normally retails for $7.99 USD but is now on sale for just $0.99. Only the iOS version is on sale; the Android version remains at its current price of $2.99.

From Infinite Dunamis’ App Store listing:

One day while returning home from a job in the Royal City, an gifted engineer by the name of Luke comes across a young woman being attacked in the cave near his village. After fending off her attackers, he attempts to pull her from a heap of discarded mechanical parts only to discover she herself is half robot! Somewhat curious about what he has stumbled onto, Luke decides to take her home and fix her up, but little does he realize the chain of events he is about to find himself tangled up in…!

Infinite Dunamis features those turn-based battles and 16-bit sprites we all know and love. If you’re a fan of games like this, you should hurry and not let this deal pass you by.

Infinite Dunamis was originally released mid-2012 for Japanese cell phones. It was ported to Android November 1, 2012, and to iOS January 29, 2013. The English Android version was released June 3, 2013, and the English iOS version was released September 30, 2013.

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