Pretty fun game. Just a few things I feel would make things even nicer: 1. It would be nice to have a send All (ALL) for your troops, in addition to the individual send all. It would be nice to have a ledger of discovered successful spells, the player doesn't have to bust out a pad and pencil. Additionally, I found the number of henchman necessary to successfully haul an entire adventure to be somewhat ridiculous. I had 125 hechmen, 5 conscripts, 50 warriors, 10 battle masters, 20 thumpers, and 20 gnomes, and mules, and didn't come back with all the treasure, on the FIRST (easiest) quest. Otherwise, really nice game. The random events were a nice touch. This game has a ton of potential. I feel it could even be console-worthy if the scope of the game was a bit larger and there was a tighter plot.
would be nice to have an explanation how exactly this spell-thing works. i conjured a spell to make everyone able to see at night, but as the mission was finished the report said that my men "couldn't see crap". so appearently i did something wrong with the spell. however nice game. would love to see you continue it like mabye adding some kind of a story or other stuff (buildings, units, etc.).
Adding a menu on the trade screen to trade large amounts of items or even just adding an x10 or x50 button would help the gameplay a lot in my opinion, though everything else seemed to be good.
If this was just a test game as you describe, well kinda, then it is very well done. I liked the intro explaining what it was about and I liked the whole concept of the game. I found it a bit difficult to go on adventures though :\ also another thing you may want to consider is the trade, instead of having to hold the button down how about a popup that lets you choose an amount to trade instead. It's much better for people like me who were wanting to sell several thousands of lumber for gold, all in all a great game just could use a few touch ups :) 4.5
Awesome game, liked it very much :)
Btw Jedi981 you can press f11 on almost any web-browser to put it in a "full-screen" mode :)