great game remindes me of the game earthbound a little.
Yessir, though I haven't quite gotten to playing those yet, I get the humor.
When you level up, all the enemies in the game level up with you. There's only one game series in the world to date that has been able to pull that off; The Elder Scrolls. This game did not pull it off.
You move on to tougher enemies, enemies start disappearing when they're 2 levels below you.
I find this review quite generous considering the lack of general appeal to this game. As you may have noticed, people don't really consider button clicking quite "rpg-like". You need to be able to control what happens not play a game similar to those "bookish" games. If we were into those, we wouldn't be on the internet. I'd rather have played a text-based rpg game than this. Please try to improve this game.
It's not your thing, doesn't mean it's not anyone else's thing.
For the record, I believe the highest percentage of my scores are 5 stars, I think it's not YOUR thing, but I'm not judging you! It's okay, I used to hate RPG's... Then Nethack happened.
Cute game. I liked the story and writing. A few bugs though. On firefox, it was fine the first time I played, but when I loaded it up a second time it was unplayably slow, and you had to wait a really long time while exploring. Even the fade when you encounter an enemy is slowed. It was fine in Chrome. Also, some enemies sometimes wouldn't die in the later part of the game (their health would go to zero, but they'd keep fighting, and I would have to run away).
I also found it to be a bit unbalanced - it was much easier to play as the esper class than any other class.
so what do I do after the mob becomes easy to kill and wanderer become easy to kill...?
Seems to happen at lvl 7.
Go on to the next area? Enter the pit room? Fight the boss? Discover the other 75% of the game?