Some questions

DirtyD

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Hi all, just played free version and I really want to purchase this game, but I'd like to know some things before.


Can you finish this game? Is there THE END? How much does it take to finish this game? Or it is incomplete?

Do I have to think my builds wisely?

Does farming mobs in this game exist? If so, is it necessary to grind like in JRPGs?

Are there are uniqe items which affect your gameplay?

If I activate full version, does it stick to the google market account so I could download full version again anytime I need? I never bought games from market so I have no idea.
 

Azog

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Can you finish this game? Is there THE END? How much does it take to finish this game? Or it is incomplete?
If you would read the game description on the PlayStore or even here in the forums, you would find that the game still is beta and incomplete.

Do I have to think my builds wisely?
You can play like you want, but doing it wisely is recommended.

Does farming mobs in this game exist? If so, is it necessary to grind like in JRPGs?
Yes.

Are there are uniqe items which affect your gameplay?
Yes.

If I activate full version, does it stick to the google market account so I could download full version again anytime I need?
Yes.
 

feldon

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1. Currently the main quest line is unfinished. It is the developer's primary focus on getting to version 1.0, which will have an 'end'. There is currently 20-40hrs of game play, with far more if you explore each class and difficulty.

2. Yes and no. The game does not hold your hand, so having a poor build will result in a severe disadvantage. That being said, there are guilds in the land, which once accessed, have trainers who can reset your entire build, for a small fee.

3. There are small gaps in content that require some to level in certain places. Or people grind for top gear that are rare drops. The developer envisions a scenario where naturally achieved level will be sufficient to beat the game, but maybe not enjoy all its nooks and crannies.

4.There are a lot of items, unique and not, which can drastically effect how you play. It is an open world concept, so your ingenuity with what's available is the only limit.

5.To my knowledge, yes. Also, it is a one time purchase, with no pay to win mechanics currently or ever planned. Think of it as buying a console game for 4 dollars.


This was the first mobile game I ever spent money on and I would say the return has been tremendous. The sole developer, David, is an old school gamer with a dedication to his vision and we are the lucky beneficiaries.
 

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