In Postknight, you've got important deliveries to make, but naturally, monsters and evil knights don't want to make that easy. There's just something about making deliveries that monsters don't care for. So, as an adorable knight, it's your job to make sure people get their mail in an experience designed to make RPG elements work well for players who only have a few minutes to tackle beasts and quests.

Postknight's combat is quick, requiring only a few taps to tangle with creatures and bosses. It's also designed to be played in short bursts, so quests and deliveries move fast, with players able to quickly hop in, tangle with monsters and get loot, and then get back to their regular work day.

Still, you'll want to come back and check on things often. There are many goofy characters you can meet in the game's world, and many of them will start to miss you if they don't see you for long. You can also form relationships with some of the people you meet, and they don't like being left alone for long periods of time. Time continues to pass while you're not playing, so while deliveries and rewards might happen while you're gone, you might also miss out on good times with some friendly characters.

If you're big on equipable loot, treasure, fame, and friendship, but don't have a ton of time for it, the speedy career of a Postknight may be for you! Although I'll never know why monsters hate an armored mailman, though.

Postknight is available for free on iOS and Android. For more information on the game and developer Kurechii, you can head to the game's site, the developer's site, or follow them on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.