In a universe of cutout versatile RPGs, Another Eden (Free) stands apart for its far reaching story and duty to letting you play for long sessions without approaching you for cash. What's more, indeed, it's in fact ANOTHER EDEN, all tops, yet I don't believe it's amiable to holler in my aides.
The tale of Another Eden is actually a major selling point. Despite the fact that it depends on a quite well-worn figure of speech of time travel and gathering mates from various occasions/universes/what have you, it tosses a couple of wrinkles into the previous and doesn't beat you over the head with the last mentioned.
Truth be told, despite the fact that it utilizes a gacha-type framework for adding characters to your program, the game doesn't stress that such much and just lets you become mixed up in its story — with one sort of malevolent special case that we'll get to after you navigate like 15 slides. Simply joking about that last part. If you want to know more about Another Eden check it here.