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Lilith Games’ New Mobile RPG Dislyte Has Officially Released

By Cecil Gao
May. 12, 2022 updated 08:16

On May 10th, Dislyte, the new stylish urban mythological mobile RPG developed by Lilith Games, has officially released. Players can now download it for free on the App Store and Google Play.

Dislyte tells the story of a future world where human’s technology and social systems were changed by the emergence of ancient gods' relics. A group of people called Espers have obtained part of the divine power belonging to the gods and have become extremely powerful as a result. There are also dangerous monsters created by the relics, Miramons, who almost destroyed the entire civilized world. And so, the story and war between Miramons, humans and the Espers begin. In the game, players need to collect Espers from different mythological systems, compile them into teams to fight with monsters and eventually rebuild human civilization. More than 12 gods from Chinese, Egyptian, Greek and Norse mythologies have already appeared in the game.

Dislyte uses the classic turn-based combat system, and players need to use the various command cards that appear during the battle to command their Esper squad to defeat the monsters.

The art style is also one of the highlights of Dislyte; the development team combined ancient mythology and cyberpunk style clothing, seamlessly blending the appearance of the gods into the near-future science fiction world. The game can be played on a vertical screen so that mobile users can enjoy the game anytime and anywhere.

Notably, despite the great success of Dislyte in Singapore and the US, Lilith Games, a Chinese mobile game company founded in Shanghai, has not released the game in China, which has a lot to do with the increasingly severe video game regulation in China. In April, the Chinese government restarted issuing game licenses after a 263 days hiatus, but Lilith Games did not obtain one. The current state of the game market in China has led many game companies to consider entering overseas markets, and Dislyte's success in the US and Singapore has certainly laid a solid foundation for Lilith Games in overseas markets.