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Reviews for "Caravaneer 2"

Love this game makes me think of fallout. But there is one problem with it and i think i maybe the only one with it the faces just.....Creep me out......see if they would move like a real human and or speak like one it would be better!

Quite a great game, here are a few thoughts how you could improve the gaming experience:
-Undo move option for fights. I get really frustrated if I click right next to the enemy instead of clicking at it, that mistake can ruin the whole battle. (I know you have found a different solution with attack only mode, which is fine, but we players are usually way to lazy to look up the controls, which brings me to another point that you could add:
-Even more intelligent hints: At the beginning of the game the player gets a lot of explanation on how the controls work. I could definately not remember everything. It was definately a good idea to explain things when the player discovers it (like you did it in the caravan menu). But since forget some of it you might remind me of it if it is obvious that I must have forgotten it (best example: using ranged attacks without attack only mode. I had to look up how it works later, which is not too horrible but I would have loved to get reminded once.
-Battle territory: If there is not a huge difference in numbers or battle gear battles the outcome of batlles mainly depends on whether you have good cover or not. I think there is a bit of too much luck involved. My suggestion: Let the defender decide a little about the battle territory, how much could depend on your sight skill and your movement speed (or add a tactics skill or something).
Otherwise the game design is really amazing. I was surprised how real the game world feels and how intuitive the game is. (example: buying buying transports, everything is pretty self explanatory there)
Good work!

Amazingly complicated - wich is a great thing. players looking for realism on RPGs need to look no further, as everything from animal food to water percentage on meat is contained in this masterpiece.

good game but kinda complicated.... but still good (its just a minor complaint no need to flame)

reminds me off the original fallouts