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Fate/Grand Order Gets Playable Smartphone Game “MyCraft LostBelt” for April Fools’

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    Fate/Grand Order MyCraft LostBelt

    Type Moon and FGO Project released another playable April Fools’ day smartphone game with Fate/Grand Order MyCraft LostBelt.

    Last year, we saw a game called Fate/Grand Order Quest that was basically a playable Dragon Quest-style FGO game. For this year’s April Fools’ day, players will get to try out Fate/Grand Order MyCraft LostBelt.

    Fate/Grand Order MyCraft LostBelt

    The rules are simple, craft towers and use cannons to destroy the enemy Servant’s tower.

    The above is an image of the game screen. Here’s what’s going on:

    1. Enemy tower and cannons.
    2. Player tower and cannons.
    3. Player’s Servants placed in towers.
    4. Press the attack button to enter shooting mode.
    5. Current turn number.
    6. Remaining continues.
    7. Battle Menu used to retreat from battle and more.
    8. Three types of Master Skills that you can use.
    9. Used to reposition units.

    How to Play

    Here’s a look at how to play:

    Fate/Grand Order MyCraft LostBelt

    You start out by using your phone’s camera to set the stage. Use the marker to confirm the surface.

    Fate/Grand Order MyCraft LostBelt

    After placing a tower, the next step is to use your cannons to shoot the enemy’s tower. You start by pressing the attack button.

    Fate/Grand Order MyCraft LostBelt

    The next step is to touch the block that you want to shoot. The cannons will shoot after selecting three targets.

    One good tip is to move the camera around to look for different angles of the enemy tower. By doing so you can find weak spots and shoot them down with powerful Master Skills.

    There are three types of Master Skills used for special cannon shots. Since you can only use them once per battle, you’ll want to use them strategically.

    You can download Fate/Grand Order MyCraft LostBelt for iOS and Android. It will be playable until April 5, 2020 at 11:59pm JST.

    Fate/Grand Order is available for iOS and Android. In case you missed it last year, we saw a top-notch fan-made Tsukihime collaboration trailer for April Fools’ which you can check here.

    Sato
    Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.




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