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Swords and Potions

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rated 3.23 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Simulation - Other
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rpg
shop
sim
gold

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Oct 24, 2012 | 3:55 PM EDT

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Try to become the most successfull merchant by running your own item shop in the world of Tomagar. Trade items with adventurers, craft powerful items and earn a profit from your sales. Challenge and surpass your peers using a variety of covert operations.

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katxuneikatxunei

Rated 2 / 5 stars

~Speaking in behalf of the mass with hopes of eradicating disputes (I might also be practicing my right to freedom of expression ty)

Everyone has perspectives and we are obliged according to law to respect those varieties from whichever point it is seen.
An analysis as follows is that in the developers perspective, In order to earn for their services, they strategized an unlikely and as seen, a rather unaccepted manner of business administering as to being If we further ponder upon this, given that this unlikely manner of profiting will proceed and ratings decrease, complains increase and earnings remain at 0%, It will most likely not progress, that is mainly because the basis of sales on a certain product/service is the mass, its trend,its support and its acceptability.
Tell me then, pertaining these services and their unreasonable offerings, Are you willing to pay the price of an item at full knowing it is just to be rendered for a day? At worst case scenario wherein your resistance to identify convenience fails, and you resort to doing so, Who then is pitiful in the end? I thought so.
Therefore, it is indeed understandable that there are rare ones who believe in and that is a noble intention, but what is not to be ignored is this knowledge on the matters of turning the tables around and supporting it with opinionated statements, what is unfair, remains unfair, and general unacceptability is beyond control over limpidly poor services.

Regarding gameplay though it is indeed worthy of a single-purchase grant and yet the overall concern is that the flow and fashion of payment is beyond ridiculous.



doomrexdoomrex

Rated 2 / 5 stars

While it's a great concept, the game is a little bit too hard. My stock was empty almost all the time, my workers couldn't keep up with the customer's demands. Also, judging by other reviews, you need to buy the premium currency, which is just AWFUL for a free to play flash game.


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captgatescaptgates

Rated 2 / 5 stars

I'm not sure if I'm more disappointed that pay-to-play games have become as mainstream as they are or that they're on newgrounds. I don't come to here to pay money for games..


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kharnkharnagekharnkharnage

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Good game,
No one wants to pay,
make a simpler,
Smaller,
game,
No multiplay,
Put one or two ads to pay off,
Then you get 5 stars,
Pay to play = no,
2 stars.


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fepaytonfepayton

Rated 2 / 5 stars

Its a good game, but a slow game.
You build items, people come in and you seel them. It is a good management sim without feeling like there is too much time pressure and you still feel active all the time. The big problem is that it just wants your time and dosn't give much back (I need to explain this).
While I was playing, I keep "discovering things as I played". Example 1, if you but a wepons display to improve your shop, you will spend your money and then the game will tell you that you have to have guild members accept it before you can use it. This means setting up a guild! Example 2, If someone walks up and says hire me, you will end up firing people in duplicated jobs. I played for about an hour when example two happened (note: there are way more than just these two). I had been training my carpenter from the beginning of the game, thought "hey a second carpenter would be nice" and clicked hire. My hour of training and investement then walked out the door!

This game is like going to a resturant and ordering food. The waiter tells you that you have to pay up front. Then the waiter tells you that you have to order a starter if you want the main. So you order a starter, paying up front. Then the waiter says that that started can only come with a fish main, so you make another order and pay for the main again. Then he tells you that that main is only for people on dates and you have to leave the resturant and meet someone new.

At an hour in I quit. Not because it was bad, but because it was wasting the time I was putting into it.

Everything about the game is a 5. But you don't value the players so hello 2!

(This review may sound bitter, but I am bitter. Especially when a line of text saying "this will replace your ..." before the do you wish to contine question that is already there could make everything better).


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