I've included the link at left. It has a great feel to it. Its unique battle-card system further emphasizes the original grand vision of a thriving Northmark region. The hand is made up of seven random cards from your battle deck. The game is inspired by one of the best role-playing games - Betrayal at Krondor.
They released it, hoping that initial sales would provide the additional funds needed and they could provide an update later. The game took me about three and a half hours to complete, including most of the side quests. All trademarks, registered trademarks, product names and company names or logos mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners. This is impressive because the developers are not native English speakers and subtle sarcastic humor is very difficult to translate. These usually just increase attack or defense, but others give you a chance to double your damage, or other nifty things. The more you play, the stronger your hero gets.
It needed a bit more thought put into it, and it could have been something amazing. Rated 5 out of 5 by dpowerblue from Great Game Once you get the hang of this games card play based battle system it is really fun. Though the story is important, most players will be sucked in by the turn-based combat system, which uses cards and which is very complex. Alternatively, you can use the Special skills cards, giving you greater strength, magic or defense. Most cards have one or more attack values across different elements, which are compared against the defense value of the target minion and excess taken as damage against their health. Others there will be more variables in play to give you a bit to think about.
Nice graphics and music give you a good all round experience without being intrusive or letting you down in any way. Besides, I can translate the game in French, if you let me access the text files. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list. You will learn how to use all of these during the first fifteen minutes of the game, where a very simple tutorial will bring you up to date on their effects. Not all of the controlls are 100% intuitive -- but close enough.
Also, while there are nearly two hundred cards in the game, most become useless pretty quickly. Heaps of references to Sci Fi and fantasy books and pokes fun at itself and its limitations. Because you need good strategies to win the card battles this is challenging and it has really fun side quests and good storyline. For every tactically thrilling fight or interesting side quest, there's a dull slog-fest and excruciating piece of dialogue to put up with first. It has a great feel to it. There is a good amount of tactical consideration in this game, but in the end, it ends up less than it could have been. This suggestion collection includes card games in a fantasy world.
I'm still holding out hope. Explore every corner of the kingdom from fiery deserts to deep forests and cold mountain peaks and journey to the kingdoms of the elves and dwarves. It is not Magis the Gathering, let's avoid misunderstanding, for it is much simplier, but it is very fun to play and has several classes, therefore a good replay value. Rated 5 out of 5 by cianistarle from I love this game! The developer has the technical aspects down fine, but could have improved the experience greatly by hiring a professional writer and spending a bit more time varying and balancing the card effects. This is such a fun little game! As it turns out, the game was supposed to be about twice as long as it is. The paid version of the app unlocks more playable characters for you to try out, but as best I can see their card decks suffer from the same lack of variety that plagues the game generally. Choose to become a mighty warrior, cunning mage or powerful druid as you fight for glory and survival in arena combat.
You play the role of a fantasy adventurer, sucked into investigating an assassination by travelling to various locations across an overland map. Does require some thought planning wise to play. And dialog between the characters is worth clicking through for the laughs. For an indie title the artwork is excellent, rich and evocative of mystical lands in far-gone times and the world map is nicely traced and shaded. A few minutes into the trial and I knew I have to buy it. Costume Quest 2 is a role-playing video game, in which the player assumes the role of one of two twin siblings: Wren and Reynold.
Not only will it tell you an interesting story that begins with the assassination of the king of the region, but it will make you travel through an interesting, varied, and nuanced world. Explore every corner of the kingdom from fiery deserts to deep forests and cold mountain peaks and journey to the kingdoms of the elves and dwarves. Stragety tip -- selecting your battle deck. Careful unit placement is always key. For an indie title the artwork is excellent, rich and evocative of mystical lands in far-gone times and the world map is nicely traced and shaded.
Also, Tiny Token Emipres is very similar in spirit, if not in mechanics, and is very long. Following in the grand tradition of the original Magic: the Gathering computer game from Microprose, these games can be extremely good. What makes the game stand out, though, is the writing. As it is, only those desperate for a new card game experience should check it out. Had hours of fun playing it through the first time and going back to play as a diferent character class now. Throughout the game, you shall discover many different areas of the kingdom and get to discover their complex relationships to central Northmark. In addition, the best thing about it is that it is able to offer mechanics that are neither too difficult nor too easy and which are able to distance themselves from games like Magic: The Gathering or Spectromancer.
Explore every corner of the kingdom from fiery deserts to deep forests and cold mountain peaks and Journey to the kingdoms of the elves and dwarves. This stands out, but not in a good way. Rated 5 out of 5 by dpowerblue from Great Game Once you get the hang of this games card play based battle system it is really fun. In this game, you get to choose the type of character you start out as there are 3 choices I believe - each with different assets that will help you in the game. Many times as I played I ended up squaring off against opponents who turned out to be too tough for me.