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Aug 10, 2012 | 11:19 PM EDT

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A dark pestilence creeps across sky and earth shrouding the land in mystery and turmoil. Select from one of three heroes and embark on your epic journey through the world of Amiran. Solve puzzles, fight battles, rescue maidens, uncover sinister plots and upgrade your hero as you rise to your destiny.

~~~~ 5 STAR RATINGS VERY APPRECIATED! ~~~~

**This game includes premium content through GamerSafe.**
Please do not give 0 star ratings simply because there is a login and premium content system. Judge without bias.

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sturebrusturebru

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 13, 2012

Great old school feel to this game. Reminds me of a lot of the adventure games I played 20 years ago. I like the humor sprinkled throughout and the story that gets fleshed out as I explore more. The combat system is fine for the type of game that this is (I really hate being totally overwhelmed by enemies when just starting a game, so they did a good job of giving help to a newbie)
My one wish for this game would be to completely eliminate the keyboard and make it point and click for everything.
I didn't buy anything, just not that into buying digital goods with real $$ but seems like a fair price for DLC and higher levels.
Great walk down 90's quest game blvd!


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coordinatez responds:

Glad you liked it. Some of the classic NES, SNES, playstation RPGs definitely influenced its direction.


GnomefaceGnomeface

Rated 2 / 5 stars August 13, 2012

A nine minute video tutorial? Just make a tutorial in text, nobody likes video walkthroughs, the same applies to tutorials. Also, learn from chick fil-a and oreo - don't go on about your religion if you're not a religious organization or a priest or something. Because a lot of people wouldn't agree with you and they have every right to rate the game down for it that a christian has to rate the game up for it. The combat is repetitive and boring, and the story is mediocre. I DO actually think the three different intros is a very good idea, even if each one is only ok. I couldn't get all that far because I have to make an account on some website in order to save. Seriously, that's an awful idea! I'm not going to make an account, I'm just not going to play much and think less of the site. I also am getting really annoyed by the constant stream of the word "gamersafe." I get it, it's you sponsor! But does almost every popup have to have gamersafe's logo on it? Even the achievements require an account! Finally, though the premium content is kind of annoying, it's really not nearly as bad as most premium content. I'd say that wasn't a problem. However, many people hate premium content. You'll probably LOSE money overall because of the lower rating. You want to make money so badly, get a job or make really good flash games, like this COULD have been if it wasn't for the giant black hole of gamersafe sucking in the rest of the game. Still, some of the game still pokes through, enough to show 2 stars.


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capsnerdcapsnerd

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 12, 2012

love this :D


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joeblogjoeblog

Rated 2 / 5 stars August 12, 2012

I mostly don't like your game. This is why:

-Gamersafe:
Here's a tip. For your first game, don't go running around looking for every possible way to make money with your produce. You want to get your name out first and then work your way up from there. At least you should have taken up a sponsorship to get publicity. Now you've sunk to the bottom, having to rely on social networks to publicize your game. Gamersafe contributes to the zeros of this game, whether you think it's just or not. I'm not going to contact TOM FULP, even if i liked this game. Maybe you should contact Jesus and ask if Gamersafe was really a good choice, amongst oh so many other mistakes, inspired by tha lord.

-Graphics:
This isn't really a game as much as it is a picture novel. Yeah, that's right, a picture novel. The animation is dry, with great pictures and plenty of reading. It works itself out to be somewhat slow.

-Religious banter:
You put in your description: "I'm a cool guy" followed by "Worshipping God". It doesn't get anymore egocentric and bronze aged than that. This is only appropriate to mention because of the "jesus king of kings, lord of lords" statement at the beginning, and poorly attempted hidden bible messages throughout the game. You've lost most of your audience already because of other flaws, now you want to say it loud and proud that you love jesus... Congratulations. I know what you'll say too: "Hey you can hate the lord if you want, I mentioned him because of my personal relationship". I don't care about your personal relationships with deities.

-2 years in production:
Then again, you're probably used to wasting time at church also.

Seriously, no one can properly review your game because of your improper cause to implement religious propaganda through this medium. It leaves a bad smell in your game. A smell that is not desired, nor can it be ignored because of its potency. And now you're left with this anti-climatic ending... the ending that has torn the faith of your game after 2 long hard years of work dedicated to tha lord, along with a big minus on your pay, spent on contractors, and whatnot.


coordinatez responds:

I enjoyed reading your review and it gave me a few chuckles.

1) Everyone is promoting an ideology or religion in their content. For some its atheism, others consumerism, or other religions. You have made your point quite clear that you hate Christianity and like to mock it. Your comment that my cause is improper really shows your disdain for others' views. It's not any more improper than anything else on this site.
2) I'm not attempting to hide any messages in the game. I'm quite open about my beliefs.
3) Your comments about how I should promote the game, the time it took, and my personal artist profile are all completely unrelated to the game playing experience and further augment your fuming review to be exactly what it is. A vent of frustration against a message you don't like.
4) I'm not going to ask Jesus if GamerSafe was a good choice. ;)

Have a nice day.


plurdyplurdy

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars August 11, 2012

Potentially the kind of game I like. I got bored with the 'buy an upgrade' so early on. Disappearing and reappearing chests were tedious too. You need to get me hooked before I'm tempted to pay.


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