You got that right. The game is adictive. I downloaded 1.0 yesterday
afternoon, and now I can't put the blasted game down long enough to
work, eat, or sleep. I'm always looking for the next adventure, the
next battle, and of course improving my skills and equipment. The
battles are to say the least very interesting. You never know when you
are going to get shrunk, turned into a bat or ratt, get attacked by
one of your own dead party members, whatever. It is very very
On 2/26/10, Johnny Tai <johnnyti...@shaw.ca> wrote:
> I think the largest strength the game has is how long it can keep you
> playing. So many possibilities and so many random factors, it's definitely
> not one of those games where you play it to the end and then never touch
> Soundwise, I don't know if Jason is aiming for an old-school feel on
> purpose, but it is how it seems to me. The combat sounds especially, are not
> as impressive as most modern fighting RPGs, but that might just be a
> preference thing on the maker's part.
> The musics are real grand, and some spell effects do sound very nice- try
> that lightning!
> As far as bugs go, since the game's so huge, it's ahrd to iron out
> everything yet, but what bugs there are do not stop one from having a great
> "No one ever kicked ass by saying I can't."
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