PaKaPow Kingdom is a role-playing game with cute chibi style graphics. The gameplay is largely influenced by each person’s luck factor. However, if you are unlucky, become very strong to become the number one hero.
It all started when the Kingdom of PaKaPow was invaded by monsters. In Pakapow: Friendship Never End, you are one of the heroes. You have the honor of being summoned by the buyer to stand up and help the country. All the soldiers in this kingdom could do nothing, so they had to look for heroes. However, I disagree! All former heroes died on their way to the Demon Lord. However, in turn, if you can help the Kingdom of PaKaPow, the king will give you a privilege and you can ask the king for anything you want. You can choose one of the five gifts to start the fight from here.
The game begins with the player choosing a character of their choice. However, to keep the original, the characters will only change their hair color. Meanwhile, the characteristics, which the player can freely change, are character attributes. There will be a total of five characteristics, respectively: attack, defense, magic, speed, and health points. The game will give the player five extra points. The player keeps adding or subtracting stats so that the sum of all the numbers does not exceed the limit. This is an important factor in keeping the balance between the characters. Your company will be Angel.
To start the game, you have to turn the compass. This will depend entirely on your luck. The numbers on the compass are arranged from 0 to 6. They correspond to the number of steps you can take. Players can move in any direction as long as you rotate the right number of steps. Each position will have a different value. There are places where there will be stores or none at all, but there are places where you will meet enemies there. Naturally, if you have met, you will definitely have to fight until one side loses. To start the fight, choose 1 of the 2 cards. This will determine who takes the lead first. The fight will be based on the character’s attribute index. Whoever runs out of blood first will lose. Each player has four turns that can be used.