The Alchemist Code Celebrates One Year Anniversary With Fullmetal Alchemist Collaboration

Gumi Inc. announced that their free-to-play mobile strategy RPG game, The Alchemist Code will doing a crossover with Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.

Running from November 1st to the 28th, players can summon playable characters from Fullmetal Alchemist to their unit, along with an original character debut for Toritoh, “The General” of the Holy Order of Babel.

Playable characters from the Brotherhood anime include Edward Elric, Alphonse Elric, Roy Mustang, Riza Hawkeye, King Bradley, Envy and Pride.

Along with character, players can collect gear or token from the anime that will unlock each character’s master ability like Edward’s State Alchemist pocket watch or Hawkeye’s Rifle.

There will also be a collaboration quest featuring the cast. The quest story follows Alphonse Elric as he was transmuted into the world of Babel “for purposes unknown.” Colonel Mustang and Lieutenant Hawkeye launch a rescue mission to save Al from Totitoh. But “why was Alphonse summoned? What dark secrets are the Holy Order hiding?”

The crossover event runs alongside the 1st-anniversary celebration on November 14th. gumi Inc will be treating longtime fans to the following:

  • Special Anniversary Summon
  • Merchandise Giveaway
  • Anniversary Celebration Bundles & IAP
  • Anniversary Gear Giveaway

The Alchemist Code is available on iOS, Android and Amazon App Store.

Check out screenshots from The Alchemist Code x Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood crossover below.

Author’s Take: When I saw that this was a Fullmetal collaboration, I had to check it out. While I am familiar with gumi, I haven’t played their games yet and this just might change that.

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Victor Aparicio

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