Hey guys, I’m working on the in-app purchases for EBF4 mobile.
Here’s an image of all the money you can spend in the game. In total it’s half the price of EBF5’s in-app purchases. Like in EBF5, you get optional ads after battles unless you pay up, and there’s a bunch of side content you can buy and play at any point.
For regional pricing reference – everything in EBF5 was the equivalent of $8, and EBF4 will use the same price conversion.
And here’s how the title screen looks with all the new links that mobile games are (mostly) required to have. The port is around 55% done now.
A big part of updating the EBF4 map controls for mobile is making sure all of the interactive elements actually have the hitboxes they appear to have. In the original game, you needed to click on an NPC’s feet to talk to them, or on the tile in front of a sign to read it, for example. This was pretty awkward, even on PC, and has been fixed now. NPCs, foes, and slime cats now have two tiles you can click on, and smaller objects like item pedestals have been centered better on their single tile. This is especially useful for touch controls where there is less feedback, but helps a lot with mouse controls too.
The Steam Winter Sale is on and that means you can now get EBF Collection and EBF5 for 50% off, and EBF4 and BH2 for 70% off until January 4th 10AM Pacific.
If you’ve already got all the games in your library, now is a great time to spread some holiday cheer and gift them to your friends and family! Please remember to leave reviews for any of the games you’ve not reviewed yet as that helps us get more visibility in the Steam Store. And don’t forget to check out the seasonal quests in EBF5! 🎅