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Liege

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rated 3.54 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Adventure - Point 'n Click
Tags:
rpg
text
narrative

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Oct 13, 2016 | 8:00 PM EDT

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BEST PLAYED IN FULL SCREEN
This game was concepted and created in 5 weeks by a small and dedicated team of student devs at the School of Game Development @ Academy of Art University.

A horde of barbarians are at your gates, a mob of angry peasants in your streets, a devastating plague ravages the countryside. How will you rule?

Only you can decide in this choose-your-own-adventure about a king in the twilight of his reign.

Listen to your advisers... or not. You are king after all.

Credits:

Brendan Wolf - Music / Sound Design
Andrew Kaufman - Scripting / Design
Mohsen Ghafari - UI / Additional Art
Dante Finn - Writing / Illustration

Reviews


enimalxenimalx

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Fun, but that unskippable intro...



mixtapepandamixtapepanda

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I would have appreciated a more conclusive ending screen, telling you the result of your actions/what your legacy would be. And echoing everyone else, "ambiguous time later" screen holds for too long, and watching the text slowly crawl to completion at the beginning took too long. Would be nice to click and have it all appear so I could just read it and go forward. I think this is a fun game, but I also wish it was either a little longer or gave a greater sense of the kingdom and my relationship with the people in the palace and my subjects. I felt pretty disconnected from the decisions I was making, and while the questions were fun to ponder, I didn't get a sense of why my answers mattered, and then not having any sort of end-of-game screen kind of left me with a "so what?"


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MrTxemsMrTxems

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I just LOVE broadsword juggling and farting in the elevator!



LictalonLictalon

Rated 3 / 5 stars

This game was interesting, and the artwork was fantastic.

It's been hinted at below: the "an ambiguous amount of time later" screen stays up too long, and for seemingly random intervals. This led me to believe at several points the game was frozen. If you're loading something, put in a loading indicator, but you really shouldn't need to load anything after that large initial load time.

For such a simple decision game, it works best for the game to move quickly. While I'd like to replay it for other endings, the waiting between decisions takes too long.


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DarkitusDarkitus

Rated 3 / 5 stars

It won't load on my browser due memory issues. Which is a shame since I love this kind of games, can you place a download link or something?, I really wish I could play it.


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