Masketeers: Idle Has Fallen was initially announced towards the end of March this year where it promised some idle RPG action with a very lovely art style. It has since had a stint in Early Access and we now understand that it will release for both iOS and Android in Q4 of this year.

That is, however, a tentative release date based on the App Store listing and therefore could be subject to change. There are several pre-register bonuses up for grabs if certain milestones are met which range from 50,000 to 500,000. The rewards can include 200 Crystals, 3-Star Runes and Epic Masks for Caine, Pixie and Coro. If the half a million milestone is met players will get a special costume for Caine.

 The game itself aims to bring a fresh spin on the idle RPG genre, offering orb-matching gameplay on top of the usual tropes you'll be familiar with at this point. The goal is to chain together as many of these orbs as possible which will unleash a more potent version of that spell that will also gain new properties.

The collecting aspect of this idle RPG comes in the form of the titular Masketeers. These are folks who are empowered by mysterious masks and their wearers are on a journey to eliminate wraiths that feed on negative emotions.

As players progress then, they will unlock more Masketeers and new, even stronger masks for them to wear. They'll also receive guardian blessings and unlock additional abilities as they reach higher levels.

Masketeers: Idle Has Fallen is available to pre-order now over on the App Store and Google Play ahead of its release during Q4 this year. It will be a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.


Hellopet House is the latest game from Appxplore, who you might be familiar with if you've played the likes of Light A Way or Masketeers: Idle Has Fallen. Their most recent endeavour, Hellopet House, is available now for Android in Early Access.

Hellopet House is a casual time management game where you'll play as Jane who begins a renovation job on her Grandma's old home with the intention of transforming it into a mansion. Her Grandma is nowhere to been however, so there's that mystery to solve too.

Jane is evidently much more interested in her repair job though so most of your time will be spent decorating rooms and obtaining keys to unlock other places around the house to redecorate. She'll also dabble in a little cooking, gardening and crafting along the way to give the place that homely feel. 

The most appealing part of the game, however, is that you can adopt a huge array of cats and dogs, effectively turning her Grandma's house into an animal sanctuary. You'll also be able to bath, feed and play with your new pets which will further strengthen your bond with them.

Let's not forget there is a story hidden among all this pet adoption and decoration though, Jane's missing Grandma! The game starts with Jane meeting a repairman called Mr James before promptly finding her first pet hiding in the house.

Presumably, the story will develop further the more rooms you unlock, pets you adopt and characters you meet. There will also be several challenges you'll be required to complete too. There are boosters on offer to help with these objectives, which is most likely where the free-to-play stuff will be found.

Hellopet House is available now in Early Access on Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.


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