First-ever 3D idle unboxing game with a figurine-theme, Figure Fantasy, is now available in open beta; unbox your adventure now!
Komoe Technology Limited today announced that it has officially launched the open beta of its 3D figurine-themed mobile game Figure Fantasy on the App Store and Google Play. Figure Fantasy is the first of its kind, combining traditional auto-battling gameplay with Physically Based Rendering (PBR) to create an incredibly life-like world populated by high-quality anime figurines.The game won 2021 Best Game Changer of Google Play in Hong Kong and Taiwan, and the open beta release means players worldwide can start building their collections today.
Figure Fantasy’s strategic combat revolves around players deploying their choice of figurines on a 3×3 grid and arranging their formation in each row according to the figurines’ class. Each character possesses unique skills and so combining different figures to find a winning formula is a vital part of Figure’s Fantasy’s gameplay.
What do we think about Figure Fantasy?
From the looks of it, it seems to be quite polished with a decent production budget, though – outside of the unboxing figurine gimmick and decent graphics, I’m not sure what else can make it stand out compared to all the other free2play idle combat games out there.
I was hoping of seeing Augmented Reality be put to use here since they claim the “Unboxing” experience to be really life-like. Nothing says doing unboxing videos for the in-game figures like a white table with a 3D loot box being projected onto it.
I think this is a really, really big missed opportunity for the developers as Figurines and Unboxing would have been a killer combination with AR. If you take a close look at the trailer, you will notice that this is the feeling they were going for. Everything happens on a desk; on tables, over day-to-day objects.
You can grab the Idle Unboxing Game Figure Fantasy from Google Play and the App Store and try it yourself. I know I’m downloading it to check it out just to experience the Uncanny Vally of AR that it seems to be.
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