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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


t00b4dt00b4d

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I was eagerly awaiting the next installment in this game, and I was pleased... Until, however, I noticed the "get more skills" button... which promptly led to a popup saying how I should buy the premium content. Although it seems you can do everything without it, I would really rather it go on sale for an insane amount of in-game money than for real money.
Still, 4/5 for the game.


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CelestOrionCelestOrion

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Alrighty, I decided to save this review until I had beaten the game.

My first thoughts upon the title screen: I realized after a few listens that it was, if I'm not mistaken, a piano rendition of the song that played in the village in EBF3. I'll be perfectly honest, I'm in love with the piece. It was a great throwback to the previous title.

Upon starting the game, I was quite surprised that Anna was the main character. I was so used to having Matt and Natalie, shortly followed by Lance, but with how the story played out, it was actually rather fitting. I felt as if there was a good balance between the personalities of the characters.

While playing, I also realized that the battle system, in terms of menu layout, was actually refined a bit, and an option was added where it remembered the last skills that you used, which was great, because it saved me the time to dig through the skill lists each time. Definitely came in handy when using 'macros'.

I really did enjoy the music to this game. Hal did a great job this time around, which isn't saying much, since the music in the previous was also well-made.

The game had a great amount of length to it. Took me roughly 21 gameplay hours to beat, in which I'm thoroughly impressed, as I had yet to come across a Flash game with that much detail put into it. The only part that was a bit of a let-down for me was the ending, but in which you already joked around with based on the dialog at the end, so can't complain too much on that note.

I'm surprised in which direction the series will head after this, because from my take, I'm not sure what else can be done with it after Akron was defeated, and the 'Godcats' departed to another world. Anyway, I wasn't disappointed with this one, and I had the same feeling before, so if you do make other titles, I'm sure they'll turn out great.

Not sure if there will be a Steam version of this game, saw some posts here and there across the webs about one, but if there is, will definitely purchase the title. Keep up the good work, can't wait to see what comes next!


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jibjab963jibjab963

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I absolutely love the game. But my only problem is that it won't save anymore and keeps popping something up that says "Uploads.Ungrounded.Net is requesting to store something on your computer". Is this to save the game still? SOMEONE PLEASE TELL ME!!!!! Besides that everything is great.


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paynemasterpaynemaster

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WHEN DID THIS COME OUT?!



desertzombie123desertzombie123

Rated 5 / 5 stars

mmkay. So, i was just, you know. Browsing Newgrounds. then all of a sudden, i see "Epic Battle Fantasy 4"

I then began to nerd-gasm and flip my shit for the next hour.

Then, once i was done nerding out for the day, i began to play the game.
AND I.
FUCKING.
LOVED IT.


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