DwarfWorks has launched the Memoria project in Asia. It is available on iOS and Android and offers great visuals with unusual mechanics.
Memoria is a mobile project that was released on the App Store and Google Play in Japan. In appearance, this is a typical anime arcade game with missions and collecting rare characters. But gamers immediately notice the local art and voice acting, although everything is in hieroglyphs and in Japanese. I also note the soundtrack, which adds immersion.
Of course, in Memoria you have to beat out rare characters, local main persons even pray for them in a special cut-scene. Interestingly, in addition to SSR-level waifu, some Pokémon drop out; they are probably pets. In general, generosity is dedicated to lovers of carnivals – at least three characters of the SSR level and two SR fall in the free spin.
As for the gameplay, we fight in PvE or PvP against other Pokémon masters. The difference is that, unlike duels, we control three lines, trying to destroy not only enemy units, but also the very face enemy. Your victory depends on this.