Asdivine Menace Serves Up Even More Dating Sim Action With Turn-Based Battles


Kemco has released a sequel to Asdivine Dios for Android. It’s called Asdivine Menace and is available on Google Play as a freemium title or you can pay $4.99 upfront for the premium version.


Asdivine Dios was touted as Kemco’s biggest RPG yet when it came out last August and it seems Kemco is aiming to at least match that size with this sequel. This isn’t only in the number of quests to beat, but also more weapon types and crafting options to try out too. There’s even more to do once you’ve beaten the main game too.


The 2D turn-based battles in Asdivine Menace are said to have refined controls and, once again, smooth animations (smoother than as is usual for Kemco’s titles), and this time there are cooperative attacks and new limit break skills.


The other appealing feature of Asdivine Dios makes its return too – dating sim elements. You’ll be able to bond with your spirit companions through conversation, offering them heartfelt advice and positive reinforcement. If they respond well you can see how your love will grow.


Finally, here’s the game’s story description:


“After receiving a message from a neighboring world that the universe as they know it is on the verge of being destroyed, Izayoi, the deity of Asdivine sets off on an adventure, criss-crossing four planets with a trio of very idiosyncratic spirits in the hopes of preventing this from happening. But will their combined powers really be enough to upend a fate already seemingly etched in stone?!”

Chris Priestman