New Android Game: Arranger Offers a Slick Genre Combination – Retro/Adventure/Musical/RPG (Video)

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  • 23 Apr 2013
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  • What we are all looking for in terms of Android games is uniqueness in all its forms. The titles that stand out are usually the most pleasing, especially for offering something totally new and unseen even on other platforms. From developer Distropolis Games comes one of these titles for Android.


    It is becoming more and more popular among developers and users to appreciate the mix of genres when it comes to the latest Android games. The same on the PC platform, titles that bring the best of many worlds are also the most widely accepted, proving to be on a large number of fans liking.

    The first element that comes in mind when it comes to Arranger is that it is that it is a very well designed musical. Only later the other elements come to surface and the noticeable retro graphics do it justice. The developers have managed to create a vast world for the player to explore, including 9 realms with 9 musical boss battles. Each territory brings with it elements for making the main character more advanced and a series of mini-games to get passed until the boss level. The entire time you are followed by entertaining music and the experience seems very pleasing. Twists and turns await on every corner and many items to collect are spread along the path.

    Arranger is now set free on the Play Store where you can purchase it for about $0.99.

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