Tremendous A perfect end to a legendary tale
Brilliant Great production value. Great replayability.
Great game, tricked me into buying it twice After upgrading phones. Sorcery 1&3 transferred. When I informed the developer of this, they said to simply hit the purchase button again and it would download. Wouldn't you know they just charged me twice. I guess it is my fault for following the success of the developer however. Great game just don't trust the devs, as they are in it for as much money as they can grab.
Swindle stones a' broke It is broken. Sometimes the competitor wins, even though it doesn't have said dice. Don't bet anything. It's broke to the point it's impossible to win. Please fix. So broke, I'm retracting a star from a otherwise 5 star game example; I'm going against a inkeeper. He says he has 6 threes, when he only even has 3 dice. When I call, he wins somehow, even though he has only three threes. Not a major problem with a whole of the game, but needs fixed either way. Ooooh, oooh... I'm a idiot. Sorry. Most of this is false
Reaching its full potential The first chapter was a bit small and the replays didn't offer much, spells were slightly pointless. All of this stand corrected here, with a complex and fascinating story. Worth the money, on to the next chapter
SEARCH FOR HELP IF YOU NEED IT... Sorcery 2 is a great experience. Far richer, deeper, and larger than the first episode. It has a major flaw though, in my opinion, and involves one part of the final puzzle. Compared to the rest of the episode it is poorly implemented and chances are you won't find the answer except by dumb luck or long hours of unnecessary trial and error. That said, give the episode a full run through, learn the ropes, but don't feel bad if after awhile you're up against a real dead end and need to search for help.
Fixed some potential bugs when progressing onto the next game
★★★★★ “The Bard’s Tale is easily the funniest game I’ve ever played” – IGN ★★★★★