By ROFLSquirrel Software
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The Isle of Maxcraft is in turmoil. The fabled Dragon King, Algarde, has awakened in the northeast, threatening the existence of the world as you know it. It is up to you to put a stop to Algarde before he destroys the entire Isle, or beyond.
This game is a simple turn based RPG, with combat mechanics inspired by pen and paper role playing games. Travel the land, battle monsters, upgrade your equipment, and repeat until you can defeat the Dragon King.
The shop in the southwest of the Isle sells armor and weapons at reasonable prices.
Along your travels, you may come across books describing more about the world of Vvarl, in which the Isle of Maxcraft is located.
The game is simple, short, and easy to learn. It's a great way to have fun, without having to invest time into a convoluted plot or overly complex combat system.
I understand how this game has been called "unbeatable" because for a time I thought it was true. But once I found the shop, it became something COMPLETELY different- a grinder that was extremely easy to beat. If the developer had met in the middle instead of using the two extremes (and added additional content) I may have rated it five stars. Nevertheless, it was a good game overall!
Ignore these Jokers...
It's like they've never played a text based game before.
1) The game IS beatable. There is a store. Find it. Buy items with your gold.
2) There is no autosave. Why? Because this game punishes failure. Don't like that? Go back to FarmVille, sucker.
This game rocks. I played it and beat it twice. I'm sad there isn't more, and I really hope the dev makes another installment! :D
Basic. Short. Limited.
The game consists of a single level which you'll quickly beat. Your main challenge will be to resist the urge to attack higher level opponents. This will get you killed so don't do it. Take your time and collect gold, get good equipment, then kill the dragon. Then the game will be over and you'll be left wondering why you wasted your time with it in the first place.
Oh yeah. The books serve only as distractions and don't add to the gameplay. Ignore them.