Saga RPG II: Evolution

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About this game

Welcome to the old school RPG world of Saga RPG II: Evolution.

You have rid the lands of the evil Dragon King in your victorious epic battle and the people are thankful. However, the Skeleton King is now gaining power and the land is again being threatened. You are once again being called to arms to uphold peace as you journey through the lands. May your sword stay ever sharp.

What to expect
This game is built to be lightweight. The download is tiny, and the game processing is minimal. To accomplish this, the game itself is pretty simple. This is a second version, which is larger than the first and will grow as expansions are released, but the goal of remaining lightweight will remain.

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Apr 15, 2021

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878 reviews
star fighters
June 14, 2022
This sequel game definitely has a lot more to it than the first game. At first it felt like a boring copy of the first game with nothing to do. Then when it comes to the latter half of the game, it really picked up the pace with backtracking and fetch questing. The only problem is too many random encouters, and tough fights, as well as taking so long to level up. Still, not bad of a series, with plenty to explore. Looking forward to the third ons.
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Marcus Aurelius
September 18, 2020
I luv these retro RPG games! I never figured out in the 1st installment that to select items in the shops you could tap it on the screen (since everything else uses arrow keys). It'll be nice to have actual equipment options playing chapter 2. Nice work.
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Stuporficial One
August 30, 2021 music still...relaxing grind...melancholy meshing of the 1st game...what happened...were you too burnt out at the end programming the take the time to have a decent ending? The two games are worth playing...a modicum of uniqueness to them...Thanks, Anthony Koroly
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