Amea

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rated 4.33 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Adventure - RPG
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horror
dream
zombie
amnesia

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Feb 14, 2011 | 12:14 AM EST
  • Daily 2nd Place February 15, 2011

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UPDATE BUG FIX:
-Elevator Glitch
-Final boss doesn't leave screen
-There IS an auto save function, I've made a text to direct you to the save point. When reloading page.
-After defeating the Snow King, if you're stuck after reaching the top, wait on the boat! It will move!

Amea follows the story of a young girl who finds no recollection of her memory. When she awakens in the absence of reality, there before her lies a dark path leading to the answers of her past.

Game type: RPG
Genre: Horror

Controls:
-Directional keys to move, crouch and jump
-A, S, D are customary, you may select them to become your attack, special, and/or defense.
-Space bar to open inventory
-i for quest log and map
-q to toggle quality
-Game saves automatically.

Created by Godlimations.com
Sponsored by ArmorGames.com

Reviews


eiahuntereiahunter

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome! (Caution: spoilers ahead)

Been a fan of godlimations, namely vorago and the trapped series. Amea makes a nice addition as an action-based horror game.

The story is very similar to Silent Hill. You have a self-righteous cult that resides in the "light" within a dark world full of monsters, outcasts such as Mish and Inglor, an old hag (Undrea and some eye monster) that oversees the cult, a secondary protagonist (Garrik) who is killed by the cult, and the main female protagonist who learns that the cult is the enemy and makes an alley with the outcasts.

Criticism:
The story does have some flaws. First, why doesn't zombie Inglor fight the cult's master? He is no longer under the eye monster's control, he commands an undead army, and he can fight (being a zombie with a gun does give him an edge). Inglor could have saved Amea a lot of trouble, including ripping her own eyes out. Second, I just didn't get the Ice King's role as a character, considering that it lives underneath Olwren. Are the Ice King and Olwren somehow related? Finally, who's the knight that blocks Amea's path back to Lockmarne after Amea pays her first visit to Olwren? And why does that knight not show up again later in the game?

The eye monster's voice is corny (to a lesser extent, Mish's voice was also cheesy). It would have better if it didn't talk at all, or if Undrea talked for it.

The controls are a little too responsive in that Amea keeps moving past where I'm trying to go. I noticed that when turning around, Amea not only turns around, she also steps forward. This sounds like a minor control issue until you fight enemies coming from both sides. You attack one enemy, turn around, and you're right on top of the other enemy.

Another control issue are the three spells that you cast. I think they should have been assigned to three keys to save the player from having to navigate the menus to switch spells. Of course, you can assign A, S, and D to spells, but I really prefer to fight with the sword and shield at all times.

Speaking of the menu system, it needs improvement. I hate having to push left and right a bunch of times to get to a certain page. The most successful (keyboard-only) menu systems I've seen allow you to quickly switch pages as well as provide context-based instructions. There's also several slots that stay empty the entire game (maybe Amea 2 will fill in those unused slots?).

And, this game does not offer a way to clear saved data. I have to manually clear out my Flash cache to start over from the beginning. This means deleting saved data from other games.

Even though Amea is not fully polished, it's still clear that a lot of work went into this game. With the atmosphere, story, and general gameplay, I saw no reason to give it less than 10.


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darioddariod

Rated 5 / 5 stars

great game

i like horror things but is the inventory soposed to be full at the end (tho i beat the game anyway) and i found a bug when you die at a boss battle and you get revived with the phenix spell the music stops but thats not enough to make me give a 9



Inferno986Inferno986

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Another Solid Game!

I started playing this after I completed your banner sized version which I thoroughly enjoyed (despite being quite easy).

The main game was extremly fun and much like most of your games it has an exceptionally great plot which happens to revolve around both the Zombie Inglor and Erik games as well as the Escape trilogy (hopefully there will be a forth).

The script for what each character says is well above average and of course assigning Edwyn Tiong again was a great idea! I especially liked the Phoenix Wright reference said by Undrea!

The game as a lot of interesting turns and I have to say despite being atheist I always enjoy each one! Keep up the good work Patrick Majewski :-P


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SalogelSalogel

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Only one single question

Is the inventory supposed to be filled by the end of the game?

Btw.- I leveled Amea to the top, but there's one ability point still needed to raise all the abilities to maximum.

Besides that, this game is wonderful ^^



CalahanCalahan

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awesome Sequel to Zombie Inglor

I really enjoyed this game. The games you make are superb horror stories for flash games, and I absolutely love the style. Glad to see Inglor makes another appearance. Not sure if this also ties into any of your other games, so I guess I'll have to check them all out to see. My one problem with this game is that I often have to refresh because I get caught on the elevator. A minor glitch that is partially remedied by the autosave.