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Symphony of Eternity

by Kotobuki Solution Co., Ltd.
Rated: All Ages
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (346 customer reviews)

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B0050QV0RQ
  • Release Date: May 13, 2011
  • Rated: All Ages
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (346 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,182 Paid in Appstore for Android (See Top 100 Paid in Appstore for Android)
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Product Features

  • Immerse yourself in a large role-playing world
  • Customize your characters' strengths and powers
  • Play on a high-definition monitor

Product Description
Eternity of Symphony
Immerse yourself in the quest

Symphony of Eternity, a role-playing game for Android, boasts an gripping story, quirky characters, and freewheeling combat.

Where the Symphony of Eternity Begins

In this epic RPG, you follow the adventures of a gallant young man and his golem companion as they roam the world in search of a legendary weapon. One day the pair rescues a solitary girl from a band of bloodthirsty monsters. Explaining that she is of royal blood and the sole survivor of a treacherous palace coup, the mysterious princess opts to join her rescuers on their journey for the magic weapon.

Discover how their destinies are intertwined.

Characters and Combat

If you enjoy old school computer role-playing games such as Might and Magic, Symphony of Eternity should be your next sojourn. The game's combination of turn-based gameplay with an auto-battle feature makes for smooth, simple, and freewheeling combat. You can control every move from the touch screen, so it's easy to stay focused on the game.

Quirky, comical, and emotional characters make appearances with their own purpose in the story. Customize characters with different gear or offensive and defensive skills based on total merit points. Nurture your character to your preference by allocating points to desired skills. If you would like to increase attack power or critical strike rate, you can--among many more skill options.

Graphically Stunning

Symphony of Eternity features high quality WVGA graphics, and also supports output to a high-definition monitor. It's easy to immerse yourself in this game's beautifully-rendered world.

Technical Details

Customer Reviews

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84 of 91 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well-made and fun! June 4, 2011
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Equipment: Samsung Charge

Looks: 5/5 - The sprites are crystal clear and the layout is good and intuitive. The movement pad gets in the way sometimes, but isn't a deal-breaker. The maps are well designed and nice to look at. Dialogue sections include anime-esque renderings of the sprite character, giving them more personality.

Difficulty: 3/5 - Not difficult for anyone who has ever played an NES RPG such as Dragon Warrior series or the first Final Fantasy. Bosses are challenging, but not OMG insurmountable.

Gameplay: 5/5 - Levelling and skill system are both easy and well conceived. Interchangeable skill books allow use of many powerful spells while equipped, and the skills become permanently attached to the character over time, much like the Esper system in FF3 (FF6 in JP). This allows the player to mix and match skill sets: Need a tank with a back-up revive in case your main healer falls in battle? You can do that.

Offensive and defensive skills increase with gear and can be somewhat customized through use of Merit Points (1 granted per character per level). Increase physical or magic power or defense, accuracy, critical strike rate, speed, resistances and more.

Combat system is turn-based, with an "Auto-fight" feature if you can't be bothered to plot each move. The interface is intuitive and has a shallow learning curve.

Otherwise it's your standard RPG - overworld map (sadly with no random battles that I've seen) where travel from node to node (towns, caves, dungeons, events) occurs. Each node contains multiple maps with wandering MOBs that have a slight zone of aggression - approach within a couple of spaces and they'll attack. Bosses at the end of each map-set.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great throwback to 8-bit rpgs September 1, 2011
By Tablet
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Last night I woke up at 2am and pulled out my phone, two hours of SoE later I decided to crash after a boss battle. Well I rushed head-first into it and my party wiped. Then I realized that there's no automatic save... I realized I had to do those two hours over again. And that's when I realized I WAS going to replay those two hours, and that's what compelled me to write this review. With this new glut of free apps and micro-transactions, finding something like this that you won't just toss aside at the first inconvenience is rare.

If you loved 8-bit RPGs and want to relive that in a slightly more modern fashion this is the game for you. A great throwback to old rpgs, but with some modern touches in the UI and game play to really smooth things out.

Slight cons: I have a Droid X and no hard keyboard, and I can't use these on screen controls worth a damn, so I'm always rocking my finger back and forth trying to see what, exactly, the text box under it says. Also moving around is a pain. There are three different control alternatives which is an amazing feature, ultimately, the problem here is just my lack of a physical keyboard.


The game dialogue was originally created in Japanese and the translations are rough, 99% of the dialogue gets its point across, but you'll be rolling your eyes at some of the dialogue.

Some of the displays in the fight screens took some exploration into the help menus to see just what values exactly they were representing and HOW they were representing it. (the speed bar and the break meter in my case).

Quick pro: This game seems to give users a plethora of ways to tune and tweak your characters.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting throwback with some slight issues September 24, 2011
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The game has a rather forward moving story with some life lessons for people if they read it. Characters are colorful and the artwork on them is pretty nice. The dungeon graphics are a little lacking but hey it is pretty throwback title for 8bit+. Though the story and adventure are quite nice there are a few issues that have cropped up while i conquered the game.

Graphics: 6/10
I'd rate it higher but the map and character sprites were a little bit glitchy. Teleporting characters and sometimes partially loaded screens distorting the picture. nothing major but compared to other title types there could have been a bit better.

Sound: 7/10
Fun sounds, great battle music and end battle music. A bit loud at times and then goes soft. Especially at the title screen. I was expecting a little bit of change from town to town and dungeon to dungeon but gave up on it being much different. Good work though.

Gameplay: 7/10
A Wonderful throwback title. Very reminiscent of the old 8bit games. Fighting system is pretty easy to pick up with the similarity of movement and choose button style like Zenonia with a few difference. Everything loads quickly after the inertial loading screen. Moving between maps is quick and just fades in and out and bam your there. Battles are quick and the speed bar showing when you attack is very helpful especially with the break button which allows you to force an attack that may have otherwise been late (healing anyone). The auto battle is a great feature and can honestly make the game easier once you are a bit bigger than the creatures killing.
I'd have to say the tablet system is something of a mix from ffVI and FFIII allowing you to boost your characters and give them abilities or break them.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars great button mashing rpg. in the vein of ff7
Exactly what I was looking for In an rpg.
Published 1 day ago by Richard Byrne
3.0 out of 5 stars Passable old-school RPG, easy and repetitious but overall enjoyable
I bought this game (played on Kindle Fire) because it looks like an old-school RPG and got high reviews. Read more
Published 12 days ago by Robert M.
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Aweosme game.
Published 20 days ago by Andrew sheppard
5.0 out of 5 stars Retro fun
This is a fun old fashioned RPG game like secret of mana (1993) for super nintendo. The quests are challenging. Lots of options for building character strengths and abilities.
Published 2 months ago by Karen
2.0 out of 5 stars Meh
This game was not for me. I tried to play it once but it didn't stick.
Published 4 months ago by Amjatp
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
was free
Published 8 months ago by M. Mccollum
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Fun game, graphics could be a little better.
Published 9 months ago by S Naserzadeh
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun game and good story
I played this game after Symphony of the Origin, and recognizing that this one comes before "Origin," I have to factor in that the graphics and the battle system in this... Read more
Published 13 months ago by Music Lover
5.0 out of 5 stars This game reminds me of the Tales series with the "break" system
Now I had issues with the first real boss of the game and that I died 8 times even after leveling up each time. Read more
Published 15 months ago by Suntop Kinseeker
5.0 out of 5 stars A great RPG for anyone above 13
It is a great storyline and not than I expected from the game, I thought it would be an older version type game, but I was very wrong. Read more
Published 16 months ago by ion
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Yes, this works for Kindle Fire. I've had problems installing other apps, usually due to a failed initial download and subsequent installation problems. But I've been playing this for several days now.
Nov 26, 2011 by Robert D. Lemm |  See all 4 posts
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Read the help file, it's in there. It has to do with the "break" feature.
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