Alchemic Cutie is a healthful soothing RPG set on colourful Wimba Island. When taming wild jellies, you are going to satisfy villagers, enter jelly compeitions and uncover the tricks of the island.
Wimba Island is a substantial position with plenty to do. From discovering key places to identifying new Jellies scattered all in excess of the island. As the seasons change, so does the island with new areas, distinct Jellies and things appearing.
Delight in an engaging Jelly elevating technique, in which each individual Jelly has uniquely generated stats, traits and above 4000 visual variations. You will be able to tame, breed, and increase the best jelly companion and acquire it with you on adventures.
Befriend a village of goofy, enjoyment, and at times challenging figures. Enable them by completing quests or just hold out, mingle and get to know them. Who appreciates…maybe some could be hiding some thing…
With the use of your flute and a bit of alchemy, you are going to get the skill to develop special objects with impressive outcomes. Or even morph different merchandise into one thing uncommon and effective.
With your proudly lifted Jellies just take element in thrilling competitions in opposition to other villagers for the prospect of profitable medals.
A complete island all set to investigate that variations with the seasons
More than 4000 possible Jellies with lots of merchandise to discover and quests to do
Befriend a village of cute, odd and wholesome people
Engaging Jelly elevating and alchemy units for you to master
Enjoyable jelly competitions to win medals
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