Game Master Plus — an expanded Remake

Saireau

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Why you may enjoy this Game
  • About 10 hours playtime per class!
  • British English!
  • Easy-going with optional challenges!
  • Every single skill, item, piece of equipment, enemy and state designed with love!
  • Female protagonist!
  • Little linear equipment progression!
  • Occasional epicness!
  • Open source!
  • Postgame!
  • Puzzles!
  • Things to collect!
  • Continuous patches and support!

An adventurous, soon heroic Journey

Elsa

Accompany Elsa, a spirited teen-age girl who has just moved to a small town called Home with her mother. Set out on a quest full of mysteries to unravel: Why does the ancient game board in the Slumberwoods work only for you? What does the Elder know about it? Who was that guy they call the ‘Wizard’, and could he maybe still exist?

Screenshot Home

The Game. Used to be pretty neat, it seems.

Class Selection

At the start of the game, choose between two classes with different skills and, occasionally, slightly different events taking place in the game world. Do you want to get up-close and personal as a Fighter, dual-wielding electrified viking blades, or play the supporter’s role of a Tinker, healing and buffing your robotic allies? It’s up to you!

Screenshot Elsa's Room

To be or not to be …

Character Customisation

Configure the skill setups of your actors whenever you like! Choose between a large number of powerful skills and find the perfect setup against the enemy combinations you encounter. Take advantage of skill synergies in order to defeat even the hardest bosses!

Screenshot Battle

And these aren’t even bosses!

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I am adamant about not having missable quests, which means having to write entirely new scenes at each plot progression that takes into account that time and events have passed since the quest could first be accepted while still having there be a quest to solve in the first place. It's worth every second.
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