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Monster Frontier

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Rich Monster 10 Points

Earn 1 million gold

Level Grinder 25 Points

All party member reach Lv. 50

Smith Addict 50 Points

Enchant All equipments to +5

Story Teller 50 Points

Beat the Final Boss

Secret Medal ????? Points

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Author Comments

1000 years after The Apocalypse caused by a great world war between human and monster, earth lost capabilities for living. Thus now, human as the winner of the great war try to find another planet to survive. As the loser monster became enslaved by human to help them on the mission of conquering other planet.

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something is wrong with the first boss - he oneshots my whole party

A lot of the mechanics are good but the economy is terrible. That and I need full control of my party. I beat a creature called Robo and then he was in my party leeching XP and I had no say. can't boot him or get rid of him and he is useless to me. Training tickets are the worst concept here because they, for one, are unreasonably expensive and two, limit what you can do with your character for advancement. This was almost a good game.

I mean, it's fun, but it's not much of a strategy game. What's worse is that multiple aspects of the game seem designed to waste your time or make you take longer (such as the awful mining area), but why put this in a game at all?

Pretty good game but there's a EXP bug.

I had earned something like 3.5k for beating the goblin boss and rather than waiting for the exp to countdown, I just clicked the screen to quickly allocate the exp, but that's when I noticed my characters all had exp over their limit. It did correct itself when gaining exp elsewhere but I lost thousands of exp because the difference didn't carry over into the next level.

I press new game and I hear a clicking noise but no game starts.

nice cover art tho...