25
Oct
pennytiny

We know how you like your games. Engaging with a hint of hilarity and fantasy. Penny Arcade, legendary webcomic and gaming community taste-maker, has released the third installment in its turn-based RPG Penny Arcade's On The Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3 to the Play Store. $3 gets you access to the entire adventure, extra DLC and a "rejiggered UI," which just sounds fancy!

If you've ever played Final Fantasy, Chrono Trigger, or been on the internet for five minutes, you should feel right at home in this game. The class system even allows for multiple career and battle modes, including Dinosorcerer,Cordwainer, Slacker, and Hobo. Did we mention this was made by Penny Arcade?

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The game is $2.99 on the Play Store and, if there was ever an RPG worth checking out, it's probably going to be this one. Grab it from the widget below and make with the adventuring already!

Eric Ravenscraft
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  • Mapplegate

    Says it isn't compatible with my Transformer Prime or HTC Evo 3D... what does it require that I don't have? O.O

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii
      • Mapplegate

        Looks like only a small selection of fairly new devices. I'm not familiar with them all, but it doesn't seem to be graphics processor based, or CPU power based, or memory based.

        • http://blog.firstdove.com/ Christian M. Z.

          Don't know what they're on, but not only is it compatible with my international Galaxy S II (i9100), it's also compatible with my aging OG Galaxy Tab - which already stutters on some news apps. Wonder why they're "not compatible" with many newer devices...

          Just not tested and excluded just-in-case?

  • Falconator

    Not compatible on Droid Incredible 2. :-(

  • Matthew Fry

    S3 compatible

  • dapbmonkey4u

    Not compatible with HTC Thunderbolt, what kind of graphical juggernaut is this? LOL

  • Bakaouji

    Looks like crap. Just play FF using FPse. Better graphics + storyline.

  • http://twitter.com/Plusichan Plusi

    Not compatible with Xperia S, but oddly enough it is compatible with a chinese tablet (Allwinner LY-F1) and the Xperia Play. Huh.

    • sauron3236

      Odd is shows up as incompatible for my AT&T Xperia Play.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Richard-Markert/100001113752823 Richard Markert

    Not compatible with any of my devices.
    Galaxy S II (i777), Transformer TF101 myTouch 4G Slide.

    Really wanted to play this one.

  • Rich

    Works great on ACER A100 running ICS - GREAT game and very funny.
    I like most turn-based games like FF - but this one has a certain charm to it that is great.

  • Anish Chari

    Worked on my Transformer Prime. Fun little game. Story is bizarre and convoluted, and I've played the other 2 PA games, but the battle system is interesting, and very hard on the increased difficulty setting.

    Battles are non-random, similar to chronotrigger, but are the highlight of the game due to the 'Role' mechanic. Some classes are not well balanced, but overall it's a fun system.

    But the reason you buy PA games is because they are hilarious. In this it's the monster names and attacks that are truly funny, the dialogue less so. For $3 it was worth it.