Second review. Dropped to two stars because you cannot scroll through items that don't appear in your list on screen. So if I have a powerful item that isn't showing up on my on page list, then I can't use it to fight. First review Took me a bit to figure out that double tap didn't mean tap, tap... But rather two fingers at once. Otherwise totally innovative game
Just started this game and I love it. Accessing the menu by "double tap" is annoying, however as it doesn't seem to work right (I end up having to tap with two fingers very fast and success varies). A better solution would be a small, translucent icon in one corner or another one could open easily with a single tap. Would rate 5 stars all around if the menu were easier to access.
Well I like the retro graphics. I'd much rather like to have a virtual joystick instead of just tapping to move. And I read reviews where people said the back button doesn't work to access the menu... Well it clearly says to double tap to access the menu. And what it means is touch with 2 fingers at the same time, or 2 thumbs, whatever. Duh.... It took me like 30 seconds to figure out. Where are your peoples brains?
The game has a lot of great concepts and I enjoy the overall game play and storyline. However, it frequently crashes mid-fight and mid-conversation. I also have an issue where the main story quests are triggering out of order, so I don't seem to be able to progress any further, because I have already completed the quest requirements. If these glitches could be fixed it would definitely be a 5 star game.
I like the game and the story. However, I cant get past through the swamp camp quest. I've been looking for other paths for days. I cant find the last path. Im stuck with 2/3. Please let me know what to do. Cause I already ran out of side quests.
Seems like it might be fun and explore some slightly more mature themes than your average jrpg, but it's super buggy right now. Random slowdowns, issues hiding software navigation, and the two finger click to go back is not really a good replacement for a back button.
Removes intro logo that caused crash on some devices.
★★★★★ “The Bard’s Tale is easily the funniest game I’ve ever played” – IGN ★★★★★