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Mardek Rpg: Chapter 1

rated 4.42 / 5 stars
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Jun 8, 2007 | 12:50 AM EDT
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IMPORTANT: This is a rather different version of Chapter 1!
The original was released in 2007, but this version was uploaded in 2010. It's basically a 'remake' in many ways, though the plot and events are generally the same.

Unfortunately, your saves from the old version won't work due to the drastic differences behind the scenes, but there are enough differences, I hope, to make replaying worthwhile. Any saves you make in this version can carry over to later chapters properly.

EDIT (21st of August 2010): Sorry, there'd been bugs with this version for a long time! It's because I fixed the bugs on Kongregate and updated the version there, but didn't do so here... Now I have though, so hopefully all problems will be fixed.

Oh, but PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE make sure you have an appropriate Flash Player version! There's a screen at the start that warns you if your version is outdated. If this screen appears *at all*, then you may (probably will) experience some bizarre saving problems. Updating your Flash Player prevents them.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent !

Wow.. i was totally amazed when i had played this, at first i tought it was pretty strange that the 2 fellows started at lvl 50 butt none the less i kept on playing. Then finally arriving at the dragon killing him effortlessly ( seriously why was the dragon so easy ? ) the princess saved then i saw that 2 boys we're just using they're imaginations :D
so i kept on playing and enjoyed it found 13/13 treasure's so yay me
also at the sewers side quest part i had some difficulty face-ing the rats they kept on poisoning me and starting of with little cash you can't buy any antidotes luckily there were some in the chest so i managed to survive.

And finally some little critics :
The story line is awesome just do as you please

The characters are designed well and fit in they're places

I loved your battle system with the ( a,d,s ) keys something similiar to super smash brothers ( for the gba )

The music was nice it didn't got bored or irritating

And the humor well Tally -hooo needless to say more :D

Keep up the good work and ill be waiting for the next installment.


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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Rather Good

This was a good RPG. Some of the humor was a little dull, but I had a good chuckle now and again. The dragon would have been hard if I didn't spend some time testing the reaction system on the inept monsters. The reaction system is actually what kept me playing. It reminded me of Super Mario RPG. I want to see its peak. I wasn't really intrigued by the story until the elemental aliens began scheming. I didn't recognize Qualna's element (circle with a crack in the top). I'm guessing generic physicality? I'll be waiting to find out in Ch. 2. Happy programming.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Really great game but...

I found this glitch or bug or something that after I loaded a saved game I was in a two squared room pitch black and could only see my people strange...

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Pseudolonewolf responds:

It would've helped if you'd said where you'd saved...
Do you have some outdated version of Flash Player or something? Or wait... Maybe you didn't allow the save to actually save as much data as it needed to? (There's a thing that comes up and says 'Flash needs to store NkB of data. Allow it?'; you have to say YES obviously!)
I'm going to wait to see if anyone else reports that before looking into it though.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

great game

this was overall a great game but there should be different monsters then them blue dragons and the boss at the end.I liked the dialoge humor,and how you can press A,S,D when that little ! came up and have a different effect.can't wait till the next chapters

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Pseudolonewolf responds:

Tsk... Another one who seems to have had the idea that The Dragon was the *end* boss, even though it was just the beginning...
What did you do those, lose to it or just quit as soon as it appeared to be dying?
(Interesting how what to me is purple seems to be blue to you...)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


this game really is excellent. as per previous reviews the graphics may not be great yeah but there IS a limit to how much you can put on the file when you sumbit something to newgrounds so he cant really go all out with graphics now can he? also maybe it was the style of the genre so many turn-based rpg's came out on systems like the gameboy where they were only 16-bit at best. i think it fit it very well and that it was cool how you DID have good graphics during the battles (even though sometimes it lagged a tiny bit). also you're pretty bad at this if you can't defeat the dragon i got it on my second try because the first time sincec he had ??? health i thought that i was supposed to die but apparently i wasn't anyways best way to win is to use your good attacks, block with the appropriate keys dependign on his attack everytime otherwise your going to lose alot of health and also you need to heal (don't forget to use the +50 damage reaction to heal more)

still this is a very good game i cannot wait until the next sequel this should really be a complete game on a cd you can play on your computer (once its finished)

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Pseudolonewolf responds:

The graphics are how they are because I wanted them like that, not because of limitations. I could've made them vectors, but I've wanted to make an RPG with these graphics for ages.
It seems some people just don't get, though, that it's possible to actually *want* to make or play a game with graphics considered 'outdated'. Maybe some of us *like* those graphics?