It's interesting but it's not clear if it's solvable without brute force. Some actions seem to require a certain order that's not necessarily logical but must be guessed or tried ad nauseam. One must choose qualities early in game without knowing anything. The wrong quality can make it impossible to gather all items. In fact it's unclear whether you can get all items.
I have really enjoyed this game so far, its a really well done text based rpg. The only problem is that when i attempted to buy one of the two quests currently available it still claims i cant access the full quest. I would really like to have access to the full quest. I bought the first quest available the one about the guard. But it still claims i only have access to the demo if this were fixed i would give it a 5 star review.
A nice text adventure. I like the ideas in the first one and want to continue with that but it seems to end and move on to a completely different story for the next episode. Only one episode is free, which is disappointing. The second episode was somewhat interesting, but not as much as the first and more because of my own interest and experience in law enforcement. I'd consider buying a game centered on more of the first episode.
Tried the demo... SHIPWRECKEC... it didnt go well for the old Matey. I like the skill rolls using random number generation plus factoring in my bonus' very much D&D like so ill keep trying. Simpl3 graphics and they do need to do a little QA for spelling issues but its minor. After i attempt it a couple more times ill revise my review depending on "random" outcome. So far my first jot through the rabbithole was all fails... but thats just one outcome in the NEVERENDING... Ummm Roleplay Game hehe... ... and Remember, GAME ON! Farley318 [mhargisjr]
This should be called "1001 ways to die." I love the idea of a choose your own adventure game. But this seems to only have a tiny, very specific way to solve this, and lots of ways to have your adventure end here. Personally I would have loved it to be the other way around. But if you enjoy dying a lot and going back to see what you did wrong after every turn, this might be the game for you. Also this is just the DEMO. If you want to unlock the rest of the stories, you must pay.
I'm annoyed that no where does it explain what I'm supposed to do when a timer shows up. For example, seeing if I find food, timer shows up, I fail and yep no food. What I'm supposed to do?!
- New, responsive in-gamebook layout, for tablets and alternative aspect ratio mobile devices
- Smaller in-gamebook bugfixes
In-app purchase bug fix
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