Wild Frontier is a 2011 iOS/Android Action RPG from Korean developer Allstar (known as KTH in the US). It tells the story of Chris Noah, a weak man who follows his girlfriend Lamia Cintare in search of a new continent. Chris, being the lazy slacker he is, falls asleep while he's supposed to be steering the ship. Because of this mishap, Lamia breaks up with Chris and leaves him with two other adventurers from the ship.
They crash into the continent of Armokar, a Patchwork Map inhabited by the dimunitive Mokars. Chris, distraught by his predicament, takes advice from fellow adventurer Roman and becomes an adventurer himself to win Lamia back. However, monsters have begun appearing on Armokar in large numbers, thrusting Chris and his companions into an epic adventure...
A sequel exists, but suffers from No Export for You.
Tropes present in this work:
- Action Girl: Lamia.
- Action Girlfriend: Lamia again.
- Action RPG
- An Adventurer Is You
- Aliens Speaking English: The Mokars. Lampshaded by Treesong in the beginning, and later justified by the fact that humans have come to Armokar before.
- BFS: The Warrior's weapons.
- Deserted Island: Armokar, at least until the Mokars show up.
- Fantasy Character Classes: the Warrior, the Tanker, and the Scout.
- Good Morning, Crono: Sort of. The game starts out with Lamia waking you up after you blacked out on the beach.
- Groin Attack: "Don't go crawling back like a puppy, or I'll give you a Lamia Kick!"
- She actually does give him a "Lamia Kick" later, and does the same to the Chimera.
- Intentional Engrish for Funny: The game itself has near-perfect translation, but the description in iTunes:
- The grand scale of story with various maps!!!
- The greatest adventure story, Wildfrontier!
- Patchwork Map: Armokar, in all its glory.
- Our Dragons Are Different: They have two legs and some nice abs.
- Running Gag: "Lamia—Kick!"
- Standard Rpg Items: Potions.
- Stat Grinding
- There Are No Tents: Averted. The tent does exactly what you think it does.
- Thriving Ghost Town: Justified in the fact that the Mokars live in small groups, but they never seem to leave the village for resources...
- 20 Bear Asses: Pretty much every single side quest.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: Chris, at least in the artwork. In the game itself, he appears to be wearing a tank top.
- He always wears that cool vest of his though.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Lamia.
- Zip Mode: Tap twice to dash!