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Swords and Potions

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rated 3.23 / 5 stars
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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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JeromiaJeromia

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This game's concept is actually very awesome... and honestly this would become a really amazing MMO.

What people don't understand about this game is it is supposed to be real time... games like tribal wars are similar to this, so there isn't an issue with actual game mechanics... that's just synonyms with the damn genre of games this game is in! (so stop whining about the timer -_-)

Secondly, you are haggling the player too much with the tokens. You don't need to put it in our faces so much, just tell us it's there, that we can make things in the game run x20 smoother but don't advertise too much about it. Remember, you need to make your game cool first, and have a solid reputation BEFORE you can even think about advertising as much as you do (but you've got a fairly okay fan base so far... 100k views in more then a week is kina alright for ng.)

Last of all, I don't know whether it's a bug or just something that I haven't done yet, but for some reason, I can't improve my shop via the "coperation" system thingy. I have tried to open up on one of my staff's pop up, but none of my upgrades are appearing. Whether it's something you left out in the turoial, or it's a bug, I suggest you look into it pronto! It kinda sucks wasting 1k coins just to realise you can't do anything with it.

In conclusion:
~ FUCKING AWESOME CONCEPT!!!!!!!!!!!!! (I love it! and many people do as well)
~ Needs a tiny bit less advertisement (it makes you look desperate <_< sorry if that was harsh -.-)
~ Bugs in the improvment system (you know... the thingy with the "handshake" icon that lets you create stuff that you buy via the improvements thingy... ya know? XD)

Anyways... just writing this to pass the time... (damn timer >_>)


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mendez1mendez1

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

very good game. i got a little angry once i kept going bankrupt but now that i got the hang of it i just stay in countryside and make bank. although i have had problems with haggling its like they dont want to pay anywhere near fair and i cant haggle them to anything aside from a number that is still in the negative bug fixes are needed but other than that like it



GoddamnBatmanGoddamnBatman

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I agree with the other reviewers. I like this game to a point. I'm not a huge fan of the idea that I have to pay for the days, so I rather just stick it out and wait for the cool off time. I like the idea though of owning and building a shop, but I think that there should be an option to play either solo or online. That's just my two cents.


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Andrej15Andrej15

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

half good half bad il give it a 3.5
sorry its good but if i have -1 or - 12412412421 what ever i need to chose 3 options and i hate all of them because first one i need 80 tokkens 2. need to sell my workers and 3. i dont remember



MurdakMurdak

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I find the game enjoyable and addictive. It has a nice concept and keeps you interested in playing further. Researching, haggling, thievery,... all very well put together.

I probably would still be playing this game if it weren't for two , in my opinion, major flaws :

1) I like the improvements that you're able to do to your shop, alas you're forced to join a guild since you can't build em yourself. I don't like to be forced into anything, and would rather have the choice to join a guild for other purposes. So you're either joining a guild, in the hopes they spend the resources (ie craft time) to help flourish your shop, or you're stuck in the same shop layout forever...

2) After a couple of days in gametime, you're forced to wait a couple of minutes be being able to pass to a new day (unless you spend some tokens , ie spend rl money, to advance further). A concept i haven't seen before in this type of browser games. Spend money to play a game..., there r much better alternatives if you need to pay to game. This was a real nutcracker for me and bugged me the hell out of playing.

Conclusion : nice concept, addictive , but the above two points made me quit very fast. There are alternatives that are better imo.

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