Wandering the Neath was a fun time especially with all its quirky residents lol. It takes a few seconds to load or have choices follow through so other than the slight lag, I'd recommend giving this a try (mostly on PC though haha)
My only complaint is the paid content, and sometimes the quest paths are not very clear. But other than that, the world is comprehensively detailed and rich. The character options are clever. The quests and story lines are immersive. If you like good story-driven content and thorough world building, definitely give this a go.
I have enjoyed the game via the website on the past, and was excited to see an app for it. However, I've never actually had the app work well enough to get into the game after multiple tries, so I have to give a poor rating at the moment, as it seems to be broken. Hope to come back and try again to find it in working order.
A great story driven game with lots of opportunities. Obviously a lot of better options/opportunities exist for paying players and they are less restricted by the time gate to get more energy. Recently have been having issues with the mobile app syncing and occasionally loading, it gets stuck trying to check with the server for updates
I do like this game, but I cannot give it a better score because of the break the game basically forces you to take. Tbe waiting to do more actions gets annoying, especially when you really get into it. Otherwise, a very well put together adventure.
It's a fun game overall and tells some interesting stories. The major problem is that the game fails to save half the time and has trouble connecting to its servers even when connected through wifi. From what i can tell this has been an ongoing problem which hasn't been resolved in years.
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A philosophical lunar romance with game designers. What defines a "good" ending?