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This is an 16-bit style turn-based RPG, with modern music. You follow the main protagonist Kaisa, on a journey of revenge to find the people responsible for his childhood friend's death. To find them he heads to the locations of were the Demon King's Relics are guarded, hoping to come across the travelers who are after those relics to stop the Demon King's resurrection. Along the way, Kaisa gains some traveling companions and form an unlikely band of heroes. Kaisa's journey to find the truth behind his death is a long one, and he may gain back a part of himself that he once lost. This game is recommended for teens for the mild language, not so graphic violence, and some partially nude (nothing graphic folks) Lamias (snake ladies). The game lasts for at least 35 hours. If you have Windows 8, you may run into some incompatibility issues, so I recommend running the game in XP compatibility if anything should happen.
After getting more practice with making maps, I decided to finally redo Kaisa. The story will share the same plot and places, but it's different enough for the few who have bought the game to play it again and notice the changes. The old maps will be deleted from the game, so when you download the new version, you'll need to start a new game. I am not sure when the new version will be released, I am now working full time, but I will try to have it done by the end of the year. I will continue uploading images of the new maps over time.
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Lowest Rated (2 agree) 2/10
I just tested the demo so far so i "can't" give a REAL review of the complete product, but if all things after the demo are at the same "working level", i think i can give a review with no problem. First, why selling you're FIRST GAME for 8$ ? Seriously, you clearly need more experience in making, but you already want a revenue of your game, to sell a game there is some criteria you MUST RESPECT, and i want to tell you some of these criterias your game don't respect at all : - Write Quality I'm…
Aug 27 2013 by tfkmaster