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Reviews for "Caravaneer 2"

Super awesome game but I forgot to save and was killed by a group of Drekar raiders. Autosave might be something to think about.

I love it. The customization is great and there is a lot of thought put into everything. I agree with some of the others that background music would be a nice addition.

the depth of the gameplay is incredible hope u make more :)

Very good!

One of the few best game in NG no doubt.
i love it very much :D
-been playing for 2 day and still im around 2nd part of map (the chuck norris oh sorry Chunk Nariz [lol])
-the mechanic and everything seems flawless , didnt find any bug (yet)
-at first i wish there was a pointer in the map of where we are when in the dessert but then i realize it will increase the enjoyment of mystery if we didnt know.
- i die a LOT but thats because of my ignorance , the game require the player to understand the mechanic of the game instead of rushing into things, a really job well done.
player who whine they die a lot most likely just rushing into things, this is not a game like that.
-im confused on what is the purpose of trading between other settler/traveler ? their prices is insane and its too cheap to sell them anything, seems pointless to even put it there.
-i was confused on emanciation condition , would be better if there was red text or alert to indicate its a problem with the weight.
everything else seems great, thanks for the great game.
oh tips to anyone wanting to play this:
- increase your physical to get HP + inc weight load
-few agi so you would not have too little AP
-increase acc because in middle game you will use guns most of the time
-i dont find too much use for INT
at least thats my stats that im playing now.

I haven't finished the game yet (i'm currently trading around New Serino) but so far:

Story: Lots of interesting fractions and people, but I don't really like any of them and they don't get much development

Game play: Decent character customization in the beginning, A butt-load of things to manage (food, water, forage, materials for selling and more), and a changing price system based (i think) on supply and demand (there should be more games with this). The character leveling and skill system feels natural, you don't even really have to worry about specific numbers with this aspect of the game. I love how the size of the world doesn't change, but how far you can go (based on your resources) does and it makes it feel like the world is expanding.

Audio: There's a nice travelling tune, but the rest is mostly silent, would have been nice to have some BGM in the towns

Graphics: As is the graphics are decent. All the main characters are drawn and recognizable. I'm on the fence on whether better graphics might improve the game play (the simple style makes it pretty straight forward to play). I especially like the traveling interface. However, I wouldn't mind if some gorgeous graphics were integrated in somehow. I know that's somewhat unreasonable but with some development this game could be big.

Overall great game, not perfect, still better then some games you would have to pay for