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  • Developer: Tiny Build
 

Review: This is in the vein of Soda Dungeon or some of the other idle games. You start out with one hero and a basic town. You send the hero on adventures in fantasy medieval areas like the Mystical Forest and Underground city that reward you with crafting mats and gold. When your hero either gets pulled back manually by you or finishes the run, the mats you get are usable to upgrade buildings and craft gear for your… Expand

Review: This is in the vein of Soda Dungeon or some of the other idle games. You start out with one hero and a basic town. You send the hero on adventures in fantasy medieval areas like the Mystical Forest and Underground city that reward you with crafting mats and gold. When your hero either gets pulled back manually by you or finishes the run, the mats you get are usable to upgrade buildings and craft gear for your hero. Gear in turn lets the heroes get farther and go to more difficult areas. You don't play the heroes, you just equip them and send them out to go adventuring. You can pull them back if they are going to go down in defeat though, so there is a bit of strategy there. There is a decent amount of recipes and upgrades to earn and buy but currently it feels as if the game is not quite finished yet and has a bunch more to be added. There is also a fashion show mechanic that seems really out of place in the game where you dress your characters up in gear based on what color type is in fashion currently and send them to a fashion show to be judged. If you win, you get some random crafting mats. I just kind of sent my heroes to the shows when they were up in their adventuring gear and was able to get my reputation to maximum from this. I did lose a lot but I won enough to complete this part of the game. Not sure where they are going with this mechanic but it is a small part of the game. Otherwise, it's kind of fun but very, very grindy. You will have to send your heroes through the same 7 areas 50+ times each to get anywhere, with each run taking 2 or so minutes for a full completed one. I would partially recommend this game for what they will add to it if you like this type of semi hands off gameplay. It is also pretty cheap. You can expect around 15-20 hours to complete it as of writing this review. Close

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