Ultima for mobile This is the closest I've come one of the Ultima games (4 & 5 were my favorite) on Android. Which is to say a rich (open and big) world and compelling story, with enough graphics to keep you interested, but not too much (particularly on a mobile platform, full 3d graphics is often too much.) Love it! EDIT: Been playing for awhile more and... WOW. The world is huge (and very interesting), story is great, overall depth is mind boggling. Easily worth more than $10.
Got this in an Indie Gala Bundle forever ago, but the devs never bothered to update it there, so it just crashes immediately upon opening in android L.
Immersive Great game and I love the exploration! The only problem is that sometimes the quest locations are somewhat vague, and you don't know which to do in what order. Other than that, excellent!
Good but unfinished My problem with this game is that it isnt finished; I grew tired of all the interactive objects that had empty dialog boxes or simpy did nothing. During one interaction with a quest NPC, my only dialog choice was evidently a note from one dev to another. Some unique items have no use, shops are pointless as they sell nothing of use that you dont pick up in spades during play. The map is almost useless and there isnt a minimap whilst in dungeons. All in all this game suffers from being unfinished!
Good where it's at with lots of growing room Fabulous game, not because of graphics, but because of depth. I finished the game and would like to feel more resolve (like villages being better off, happy messages from people who were in distress before, etc) Now that everything is done the game feels empty like all I did didn't really change anything, which really tears down how alive the game felt during play. I hope part 2 fixes this, and you can guarantee I'll be all over it when it's out. What you have is awesome but don't stop here!
Great If skyrim had been released on snes, you would have 9th dawn. One issue, please fix game icon so there isn't a white square around it
Coming later in 2015:
9th Dawn Remake and 9th Dawn II are still in development and we are hoping for a December release!
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