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Sorcery Quest is a browser-based RPG made entirely in Flash. Over one year in the making it has been released in October 2008. This video promotes the game by showing different artistic assets used in the game as well as game-play videos.
A damn shame it was blamed. Just because some people got pissy when they failed to connect. Connection was fine for me.
Anyway, if you could figure out the connection issues, I am POSITIVE this can get a great score on newgrounds.
The problem with our submission on Newgrounds is that we had too many random play clicks that overloaded the server.
We'll be back don't worry. The server did crap out, which is our fault. If you like the game you can play at http://www.edgearcade.com.
I don't know how the "blammed" showed up because people were giving OK ratings, but I did actually have to delete the submission, I guess it just shows up as "blammed" never the less.
I agree with others that NG is not a place for ads, but the flash wasnt bad and the game looked okay. However, would there be any way you could just post the game on NG instead of a promo for it?
The Concept is great!
What will decide is the actual inside gameplay.
It reminds me a lot of Dragon Warrior/Quest.
And I love those games.
The number of classes will really help those who want to play exactly their style, and from the looks of it, you can have a party of players.
The number of unique monsters will also expand on not being repetitive and using the same strategy to kill the same monster over and over and over again.
The item count seems a little low considering the amount of monsters and classes, but since there seemed to be artwork for every item, I can understand that. : )
I dont cnow
This is just advertisment i dont cnow if it fits newgrounds
Looks like a great game!
I think I'll try it out.
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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