Seven days to stop an evil blood cult from murdering a bunch of children for a horrific ritual? Well, I mean, I can barely manage to pay my cellphone bill on time with multiple e-mails and text reminders, but... okay. In roguelike RPG 1Quest, also available for a fee on Android, by Ratz'n'Godz and Storybird Games, you'll create your character by choosing your sex, race, and class, and then set out to save the abducted children, one of whom happens to be the princess. Actually, while the ritual begins in seven days, it will take another nine to complete, with one child being lost each day until the princess is used as the final sacrifice. Obviously, the king wants her back safe and sound, but a true hero would not let any lives be lost, right? To play, just click to interact once you've entered a dungeon from the map. Everything is turn-based, so think carefully about your moves and attacks, as where as how you allocate your skills as you level up. While ultimately a simplified example of the roguelike genre, with its click-to-act gameplay and option for auto-distributing skills, 1Quest is still robust enough to be both satisfying for fans looking for something more casual, and a little off-putting by newcomers who will miss the lack of any sort of real tutorial or explanation. Most of the game can be picked up rather quickly by playing around, and mousing over most things onscreen will give you a description of what they are and how they work. It's still a little small and cluttered, but with plenty of places to explore, monsters to slay, randomly generated dungeons, powers to unlock, and magical glowing treasure to find, 1Quest is worth strapping on your breastplate of +2 cult slaying for a while.