Promising Definitely promising, however other review comments are not inspiring much confidence that the full version is polished. I finished the first one before the expansions were released but due lollipop I was unable to play. This has been the case for months. While this could very well be truly excellent my call is to hold off until you (the buyer) have that confidence.
Good demo. Must beg wife for allowance. Pretty fun. Kept my attention for about an hour (or however long the demo was). What originally made me come here and review right is the music at the beginning which sounds like a remixed Morrowind song! Lol awesome. Definitely gonna purchase. Update: Wife gave me allowance! See you on the other side!
Nice game Wanted to test this, but cannot even start a new character because there is no on-screen keyboard. Not sure if this a device/os issue or developer oversight. Finally got this working. Demo seems a bit small,but otherwise not bad.
Simple but well polished. Although to simple for an educated rpg consumer, the game caught me with it's rough charm. There's lot to improve, but still deserves a 4 star grade. Nevertheless I'm clueless on how to lockpick; nothing seems to work - regardless of what I do (gliding, pushing, pulling or simply touching) as soon as I touch the screen the lockpicks break. I lost more than 20 with no results. There is no tutorial on how to lockpick, nor any clue on forum. Enough said, definitely a must play.
I own 9th Dawn, which I quite liked. I never get far with my usual, a mêlée tank. But nearly sailed through as a mage....until I got so lost in the undead maze labrynth and just gave up. I could NOT for the life of me progress or find my way out. So I used a dragon wing to get back to my spawn point. Turns out I HAVE to go that way to further the quest, ffs. I'm taking a break. Meanwhile, I go check Steam to see how the Greenlight campaign was coming for Valorware -- there's a sequel!
Better than the first 9th Dawn in some ways, worse in others. Melee combat leaves much to be desired, especially regarding weapon selection and relative weapon range/size. The spear was slow, and felt like it had the range of a pencil. Jumping wasn't all that interesting to me, it's kinda arbitrary. Music and sound are wonderful. Atmosphere, graphics, and performance are great as well. One thing I miss from 1st game is the freedom of touch/looting everything from barrels to pots, why remove? Still buying.
-Added support to "Auto sort" your inventory
-Can now see which items you have equipped
Exploration lite of magic fantasy world, build magic kingdom and craft legends!