1999′ – Why You Should Play This Amazing RPG Where Time Runs Backwards – TouchArcade

When the “Storm” hit, the drops of water began to flow upwards, and the flow of time began to run backwards. the timeline back to what is it?

on Back: 1999, you will dive into a 20th century time travel strategic RPG that collects the powerful Arcanists of the 20th century. Aside from the stellar voice acting and the dazzling visuals, why should you give Bluepoch Games’ cross-platform title a go?

An alternate timeline and a journey into the past

The Typhoon is ruining not only the current season but also the lives of the people. You will take on the role of Timekeeper and take on the responsibility of uncovering the truth behind this terrible event. Fortunately, you can assemble your own team of Arcanists and fight enemies like the Manus Vindictae to restore order to chaos.

With a variety of different times you will travel to a wide range of characters you will meet on the way, and each one has unique designs and different accents. Lines of dialogue are fully voiced in English, with beautiful Live 2D aesthetics that combine retro and modern vibes.

An interesting narrative and true times

On top of the unique premise of experiencing time in reverse, the RPG also offers surprising plot twists at every turn. The depth of the story extends to the various hidden agendas you must uncover between the Foundation and the Manus Vindictae, with each character also boasting their own backstory.

All of this is brought to life by top-notch voice acting from a talented cast. Satsuki speaks with a Japanese accent to stay true to the story, while Matilda and The Knight speak French as expected from the era. Schneider and Pavia have Italian accents – on the other hand, Regulus and Oliver Fog have British accents.

Beautiful artwork and unique characters

With these different accents also comes different character art, as you’ll team up with everything from a talking suit of armor to a donkey-headed human. The characters are brought to life in the game’s stunning visuals that pay homage to jazz music, pop art, classic movies, oil paintings, and aesthetics from the Roaring 20s and the Swinging 60s.

Combat, on the other hand, is a tactical turn-based activity, where you can combine different cards to create more powerful ones or unleash Ultimate skills to defeat your enemies. You can also strategize the best moves to make when it comes to advantages, buffs, debuffs, and more.

If you want to get your hands on the game, you can download it Back: 1999 on iOS App Store and Google Play Store for Android devices. This is a free-to-play game with in-app purchases. You can go to official website as well as for more information, or join the community of followers of Twitter and Facebook to stay updated with all the latest developments.

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This article is sponsored content written by TouchArcade and published for Bluepoch Games to promote the launch of Back: 1999. For questions or comments, please email (email protected)

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