Phantom Chaser, the latest from FloppyGames, brings a gorgeous 3D fantasy world to players worldwide this week. It’s a fast-paced action RPG with plenty of things to do, see, and collect. With robust team-building features and plenty of quests and treasure, Phantom Chaser is sure to keep you busy for a long time. Get ready to collect a team of Phantoms, mythological creatures from near and far and send them into battle.
The adventure begins once you’ve assembled a team of Phantoms. Take your battle-ready critters into Story mode, where you’ll complete quests. Or, if you’re looking for something a little more short form, check out the Battlefield, which offers tough dungeon challenges like the River of Fire, the Temporal Rift, and the Scalar Tower. Successfully completing these challenges will net you crafting materials, treasure, and can even help you upgrade your Phantoms. That’s not even the end of it. If you’re looking for some competition, you can also head to the Arena, where you’ll face off against other players.
If you want to beat every dungeon and rise in the ranks in the arena, though, you’ll need a tough-as-nails team to get the job done. You can collect a host of famous monsters, like Nine-Tails, Dracula, and the Succubus by simply playing through the game, drawing Summon Tickets, or through crafting. Build a team that suits your personal preferences.
Each unique Phantom has their own abilities and roles to play in battle. You’ll need to learn how to use each one in battle, but it’s equally important getting all of your Phantoms to work together. The game’s deep level of strategy lets you come up with some truly insane combinations on the battlefield. Keep upgrading your Phantoms until they eventually evolve, granting them important stat boosts and unlocking bigger and better skills.
You’ll have the chance to put all of these abilities to the test in Phantom Chaser’s active combat. You have full control of your Phantoms in the thick of battle. Position yourself carefully on the battlefield, dodging attacks before honing in on your opponent for the finishing move.
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