While it doesn't look like it at first glance, the game is definitely a work by people that truly love old games. It's got minigames, bounties, and the appeal of grinding to build your character up into a legendary adventurer in order to tackle the harder and harder dungeon crawling levels.
"It's dangerous to go in there alone! Take This." - Norteko.
The story is as old as the RPG genre it so earneestly emulates, with an unnamed adventurer mysteriously awakening after a shipwreck in a camp. Super Bit Adventure takes those long time RPG root attributes and applies a roguelike skin over it. Your goal is to level up your items, skills, and character by tackling levels in the dungeon so you may get farther and farther into it.
The catch is if you die in the dungeon, you lose anything you found there except for the gold you've accumulated. So if you find a really good piece of equipment it might be worth teleporting out of the dungeon and back to camp with some Bocobo Feathers, thus saving the item for you in the case of future deaths.
What makes Super Bit Adventure genuinely great is how simple and fun it is. It's like a minimalist's combination of The Legend of Zelda with a dash of The Secret of Mana, and wrapped in a roguelike shell creating a wonderful homage to the classic games from our 8 bit past.
If you enjoy the RPG's of Nintendo's early days, if you enjoy roguelike games, or if you like humor Super Bit Adventure is worth a try. It can be played whenever or whenever for short amounts of time making it a perfect mobile game to delve into during breaks at work or in between classes.
I think giving this game a chance is a brilliant idea, as the developers, 3rd Pinnacle Games, have been constantly vigilant in patching, updating, and adding improvements galore to the game providing ever more new and entertaining ways to go adventuring.
Get the game here, it'll only get better with time [ Super Bit Adventure ]