Kilta is a single-player auto battler strategy RPG featuring item management, an interesting story supported by a growing cast of unique characters, charming pixel art in a 2.5D environment, and a stunning soundtrack. Do you have what it takes to become the greatest Guildmaster on the Twin Continents?
GROW YOUR GUILD
Recruit new guild members from a growing cast of heroes. All heroes are unique with their own characteristics, abilities, and dialogue. Should you recruit Rufus, the mighty macaque guardian that excels in traditional martial arts known to his people? Or Maryu, the heart-warming but savage old lady that can curse your opponents?
STRATEGY IS KEY
Always check what enemies your active party is going to face in the upcoming quests. By equipping better items and checking enemy compositions you can minimize your losses and always topple your foes. Try to find the perfect (or the most broken) combinations of heroes and items!
Items are divided into weapons and equipment. Your job as the Guildmaster is to equip your heroes with whatever you have at hand. Items are earned through quests and occasionally through dialogue. There are no character-related restrictions on the items. You are free to experiment with different combinations of items and discover the most powerful builds.
The auto battling combat system delivers tactical and engaging action. At the beginning of each battle, it is important to consider the enemies, their abilities, and their formation, when positioning your heroes. The heroes will fight by themselves but your preparations will decide the outcome. In appearance, the battles offer explosive visuals, insanely good music, and cinematic camera action.
BECOME THE BEST GUILDMASTER
Every hero has a background that they may want to share with you. Most often the heroes are arguing by themselves and, in a way or another, it's up to you to resolve their conflicts. Some choices might lead to surprising outcomes that can even affect the results of the battles up ahead. Are you the caring and capable Guildmaster or do you swing to be the worst leader of them all?