Developed and released by EKGAMES, F Class Adventurer is an action RPG idle game. Step into the world of monsters and adventurers, take out floor Bosses, learn new skills, enter new lands, and become the first adventurer to reach S-Class. However, F Class Adventurer has a lot to offer its users. Despite being an idle game, the developer EKGAMES aimed to provide the whole package.
The game’s objective is simple: take down incoming waves of monsters within a specific time limit to clear levels and progress further into the story. There are different game modes where players can grind and get money to improve the equipment and skills of the adventurer. Players can climb the Towers, take down the Skill Growth Boss, or perhaps set the game on auto mode and reap the rewards.
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When players enter the game, they must sign in using their Email id or play as guests. Once you clear that, players are immediately dropped into the battlefield and are required to fight off against waves of monsters. F Class Adventurer doesn’t have a tutorial as the game is self-explanatory and easy to grasp.
There are three different game modes available for players:
- Stage Mode
- Tower Mode
- Boss Mode
Players can progress through 55 stages in the stage mode, each in new terrain with stronger monsters and higher rewards. Each stage has 6 substages that players must clear to face the “Stage Boss”. In addition, each stage has unique drops that could be used to complete the “Stage Relic”, but that requires plenty of item farming and time. The rewards also keep improving so players can be incentivized to continue grinding the stage mode.
The Stage Mode also enables players to continue offline grinding sessions, which lightens the burden by allowing players to gain rewards while not even playing the game.
The tower mode has a total of three different sub-modes:
- Growth Tower
- Gear Stone Tower
- Challenge Tower
In the Growth Tower, players can clear different levels to get huge rewards along with XP. Each level is more challenging than the other and requires players to improve their stats and talents constantly. Growth Tower is an excellent way to boost your adventurer’s abilities and helps clear the main stages easily. Players’ reward from the Growth Tower is primarily to increase the adventurer’s levels and talents, such as money, diamonds, and XP.
Gear Stone Tower
Although this tower follows the same rules as the Growth Towers, one major difference is that the rewards of the Gear Stone Tower are focused on improving the levels of the weapons and armor that are equipped on the adventurer. Hence, players that grind the Gear Stone Tower have rewarded Upgrade stones, Diamonds, Chocolate, and Bonus Dice. All these items are to improve the levels of gears and skills of the adventurer and not the talents of the adventurer.
In the Challenge Tower, the players can grind as many levels as they please to earn simple rewards such as coins and diamonds. This tower doesn’t focus on one individual reward but is another game mode for the players looking for a different challenge and some direct rewards.
Under the Boss Mode, there are three different sub-game modes:
- Skill Growth Boss
- Emblem Boss
- Giant Slime Appear
Skill Growth Boss
Defeating the Skill Growth Boss at different stages will require a lot of battle power, skills, and talents, but the rewards are worth the trouble. Defeating the Skill Growth Boss will give players an insane level of XP, allowing them to level up faster and improve their talents. The Skill Growth Boss is very similar to the Growth Tower, but the major difference is that in the Growth Tower, there were waves of enemies coming at the adventurer, but in the Skill Growth Boss, its only one monster.
The Emblem Boss is unique in F Class Adventurer. In each stage, after being defeated, the emblem boss drops various emblems that can be used to upgrade the success rate of different stats, such as the ATK emblem, HP emblem, and DEF emblem. When used to upgrade stats, all these emblems allow players to get massive Battle power boosts. In the case of the Emblem Boss, the monster is immune to slashing-type attacks and takes enormous damage from long-range magic attacks.
The Giant Slime is simply a humongous slime that doesn’t deal any damage back but can take a lot of hits. This slime monster measures the quantity of damage that the adventurer can deal to monsters without stopping. Dealing damage to a certain limit can enable players to take some rewards, but aside from that, the Giant Slime has nothing else to offer.
After reaching a certain stage in the main story mode, players can challenge for a class up. This class allows them to move from F-Class to E-Class and so on. Higher the player’s class, the more added benefits the adventurer gets. However, to be promoted, the players need to take down the monster for the class-up. Failure to do so will keep you stuck in your current class, but you can always rechallenge yourself.
In the Gear Menu, players can equip different swords and armour of high quality, along with belts and rings unlocked far later in the game. This gear gives a massive edge to the adventurer; even the slightest improvement in the weapon or armour quality will give the adventurer the ability to take down powerful Bosses. The quality of the gear depends on its rarity, and there are a total of 7 different types, which are:
Each category has a total of 4 different grades in gear, be it the sword, armor, belt, or ring. The grades range from D-A, with A being the strongest and D being the weakest.
All in all, F Class Adventurer is truly one of the best mobile gaming experiences. Cool and immersive visual designs, incredible depth to the game, and completely free to play. It is quite evident that the developers have put a lot of time and energy into making this game. So go ahead and chase the title of becoming the first S-Class Adventurer.