Destiny Girl is all about girls with "open" clothes
Let cute girls not mislead you — Destiny Girl is a one big gacha attraction, and you're paying for it.
Destiny Girl is a mobile project that is now available for iOS and Android in Southeastern Asia. Players will assemble a group of rare waifus in an attempt to save locals and the world itself. The heroes differ by their team role and rarity level; the more, the better. Unfortunately, during fights, our group automatically makes turns without a chance for player to change the course of a battle.
Of course, there are also idle-elements, but this is not the case. Don't let your children play it — Destiny Girl has a 16+ rating in Southeastern Asia and 17+ in South Korea. It's not as big as for Destiny Child, but there are in-game waifu models with pretty “open” bodies.
For every victory, you are given materials and other rewards to upgrade your group. The story is told through text dialogues with characters made in “live 2D”. Apart from fighting with goblins and spiders, you can participate in thrilling PvP battles. This will test your strategy and overall progress.