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300 Damage 5 Points Deal 300 damage with a single hit.
3K Damage 5 Points Deal 3,000 damage with a single hit
Art Appreciator 5 Points Check out some of the art galleries.
Burn Baby Burn 5 Points Set a foe on fire, and watch them burn.
Chicken Molester 5 Points Seriously stress out a chicken. Just don't stab it.
First Blood 5 Points Defeat your first foe, and become a hardened killer.
First Casualty 5 Points Watch a player die, as you do nothing to help.
Kamikaze 5 Points Kill yourself with a spell or summon.
Keys Unlock Stuff 5 Points Use a key to access new treasures, but you should have figured that out on your own.
Lava Burns 5 Points Walk on lava and get hurt, because that's not smart.
Limits Were Broken 5 Points Use an awesome limit break for the first time.
Lunchtime 5 Points Take a break and have something to eat outside of battle.
Marathon Runner 5 Points Take 10,000 steps. Fun.
Mega Resistance 5 Points Absorb some elemental damage.
Millionaire 5 Points Save up 1,000,000 chocolate coins.
New Skill Found 5 Points Find a new special skill. You can find them in chests or get them from quests.
New Skill Learnt 5 Points Learn the first of many new skills.
Overkill 5 Points Completely obliterate a feeble enemy. The cute ones deserve it.
Overpriced Snacks 5 Points Destroy the economy by buying rare food.
Panty Thief 5 Points Steal some underwear. Perverts pay good money for stuff like this.
Permanent Stat Boost 5 Points Eat a stat-boosting snack and boost your stats permanently. Protip: Don't give them all to one character.
Pervert 5 Points Please don't leave 100,000 comments about this again. Seriously, you freaks.
Power On 5 Points Power up a set of factory doors, and open the next area.
Slime Cat 5 Points Find a Slime Cat and discover the Warp Zone.
Slimy Situation 5 Points Get turned into a slime. Some people have a fetish for that sort of thing.
Start the Game Already 5 Points Smash 100 Idols on the loading screen, because clicking randomly makes the game load faster.
Step Over the Dead 5 Points Clear away a player's rotting corpse.
Taste Pain 5 Points Drink a whole bottle of Chilli Sauce, and eat the actual bottle too.
Unknown Power Level 5 Points Find an unscannable secret foe.
Used Cut 5 Points Cut down a dangerous path-blocking bush. Don't worry, they don't have feelings.
Used Flash 5 Points Light a torch with your candle. Fire magic doesn't work for some reason.
Used Rock Smash 5 Points Smash a nice boulder. You could even find some diamond inside.
Used Strength 5 Points Push an unwanted block out of the way. It will not be missed.
Used... Ladder? 5 Points Bridge a gap, with the power of ladders.
Water Conducts 5 Points Shock a wet foe with a thunder attack (or ice, if you prefer).
Winter is Coming 5 Points Freeze a foe, and then hit them again for massive damage.
300K Damage 10 Points Deal 300,000 damage with a single hit.
30K Damage 10 Points Deal 30,000 damage with a single hit.
Best Customer 10 Points Completely buy-out an equipment shop.
Death Penalty 10 Points Kill a foe with an instant-death attack.
Extinction Event 10 Points Defeat 1,000 foes in total, and become a serious threat to the ecosystem.
Extra Lives 10 Points Survive death: Be killed, but do not die.
Invaders from Space 10 Points Summon the most powerful creature to obliterate your enemies.
Level 10 10 Points Reach level 10. That's a good start, but there's still a long way to go.
Level 20 10 Points Reach level 20. Getting well into the game now.
Level 30 10 Points Reach level 30. Should be strong enough to take on the final boss. Almost.
Level 40 10 Points Reach level 40. Well, if you don't have anything better to do, you might as well go even further.
Monster Hunter 10 Points Defeat 100 foes in total, and develop a taste for their flesh.
NPC Helper 10 Points Complete 10 quests for NPCs. They can't do anything by themselves.
NPC Servant 10 Points Complete 20 quests for NPCs. Saving the world can wait.
NPC Slave 10 Points Complete 30 quests for NPCs. They own you now.
Power of Courage 10 Points Survive a powerful attack with 1HP.
Zoology Student 10 Points Scan a foe and begin filling in the bestiary.
Ancient Civilization 25 Points Enter the Temple of Godcat for the first time.
Blacksmith 25 Points Fully upgrade any item of equipment.
Deforestation Problem 25 Points Enter Ashwood Forest for the first time.
Digging Too Deep 25 Points Enter the Crystal Caverns for the first time.
Electrical Engineer 25 Points Defeat Praetorian on Epic difficulty.
Extreme Gardener 25 Points Defeat Rafflesia on Epic difficulty.
I See Dead People 25 Points Enter Graybone Graveyard for the first time.
Keen Eye 25 Points Discover 30 secrets. There's actually way more than that though.
Leet Hacker 25 Points Defeat the glitch on any difficulty.
Lost Ruins 25 Points Find the hidden ruins in the jungle.
Lumberjack 25 Points Defeat Mighty Oak on Epic difficulty.
Plants Eat You 25 Points Enter Lankyroot Jungle for the first time.
Realm of Robots 25 Points Enter the Waste Disposal Plant for the first time.
Rock Miner 25 Points Defeat Crystal Golem on Epic difficulty.
Slime Cat King 25 Points Find all the Slime Cats, and rule the world map.
The Gang's All Here 25 Points Find all of your missing party members.
3M Damage 50 Points Deal 3,000,000 damage with a single hit. That's a lot!
Beastmaster 50 Points Unlock all summon creatures.
Equipment Collector 50 Points Collect 145 pieces of equipment.
Treasure Hunter 50 Points Collect 280 treasure chests. There's more, but getting all of them could be frustrating.
Zoology Expert 50 Points Scan all foes and complete the bestiary.
Cat Person 100 Points Defeat Godcat on Epic difficulty.
The World is Saved 100 Points Beat the game and save the world.

Author Comments

EBF4 is out on Steam now, with lots of extra content:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/265610/

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Go on a huge turn-based RPG adventure, and save the world again!

Battle over 120 types of monsters, collect over 140 types of equipment and use over 130 different skills and spells!

The long awaited sequel to Epic Battle Fantasy 3!

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Everything is controlled with the mouse, but you can also move around with the keyboard.

You can change the controls, quality, sounds and other stuff in the options menu.

Reviews


Donosage444Donosage444

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I think my favorite part of this whole game is how there is "Liquid Ice" and "Solid Water" and how they're both "very rare."


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bocodamondobocodamondo

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

i played and i won the game and i allways knew that there is only ONE game that would remove "epic battle fantasy 3" from my no.1 spot of favourite game in newgrounds and its EPIC BATTLE FANTASY4 . everything is better and more fun! i had a shit ton of fun in the game.....until the end.
this is my only problem . the ending was a huge let down . i mean after the end cutscene just throwing me back to the menu? WTF is this shit. EPF3 had a waaaaaaaaaaaay better ending where you could replay the game with your current skills & items. why isnt it here? that wouldve been soo much awesome. that is the only thing that i didnt like in this game and it makes me really sad since the rest is 100% perfect. but oh well.


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ChronocidalChronocidal

Rated 5 / 5 stars

First of all, amazing game. You probably know why, so I won't talk about all the awesome stuff. If the creator is reading this, I can tell him that at the end I explain how I wanted to give him money, but it just didn't work out.

Straight to the criticisms instead (note that it still gets 5 stars):
1. Too long. Yes, hard to believe, but it is too long. 20 hours to get to the final boss. It definitely felt grindy towards the end - despite the fact that you continued adding new gear, enemies and areas right up until the end. Just too much time doing basically the same thing. You should have released a shorter game earlier, or spent time on enhancing gameplay rather than making it go longer.

2. Basically all battles from the early-mid game up until the second last could be beaten by the same technique (at least on the normal difficulty). Hence, the feeling of doing the same thing over and over again, and the sensation of grinding.

3. The addition of the fourth player feels kind of artificial, since he/she basically disappears from gameplay when he/she goes into backup. I found it simplest to give all the abilities/character bonuses to the two girls and Matt, and almost never used Lance. You should have spent more time re-jigging the game to let you use four players at the same time, or have the backup player actually DO SOMETHING as backup, instead of making the game last longer.

4. Interface could be a bit slicker. For example, the division of attacks during battle between "skills" and "specials" tabs seems completely arbitrary. For example, it makes no sense to have some healing skills found under "skills" and some under "specials". Why not have an "attack" tab and "magic" tab instead, or divide them up by some functional characteristic?

5. Game got laggy in battles towards the end. This despite the fact that I'm running it on an i7. The final boss battle was especially bad...

6. The final boss battle is LONG. The lag mentioned above made it intolerable for me (even after turning all detail down). I made it almost to the end of the second round (out of 7, with no way to save your progress!), and then I just closed the game and decided to write the review that I intended to leave until after I finished the game. I just couldn't take it anymore. I don't think I'll ever bring myself to go back and finish it, which is a real shame. I love the cute-but-sorta-serious story and would love to see how you end it, but I just can't bring myself to beat my head against the wall to the extent necessary.

All in all, an awesome game. I hope you earn some decent amount of money through the additional content you're offering, and that you resist the temptation to make EBF5 one of these semi-multi-player "freemium" games - although I couldn't blame you if you did.

BTW, I probably would have bought the extra content (to reward you, not to actually use it in game), but at the moment I'm so frustrated with the game I can't bring myself to go back.

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Actually I just tried to buy the extras... (a) it didn't transfer my saved game to Kongregate, and (b) Kong wants me to buy their credits from them before I can pay them to you which is a hassle...and to make it worse, there isn't an option to buy the 75 credits you are asking, there is only options to buy 50 or 110 at a time. So no money for you. Sorry.


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matt-likes-swords responds:

I agree...


Agentyoshi123Agentyoshi123

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

more good if we can choose a boy or a girl. ._.



elementurthelementurth

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I totally lost it when lance dropped the tank on my enemies and proceeded to scream, and I quote, "WWWWRRRRRRRRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYY!!!!" Nice JoJo throw back lol, love your stuff!!


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