Discussion in 'Community Announcements and Events' started by Archeia, Jan 24, 2015.
Number 18: http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/34547-tungsten/?p=370892
My 12th review is for Kitten Mita:
The game is very random, confusing, and strange, and is full of grammatic errors, but somehow still manages to have a level of charm to it.
Since it's been a week since my last post, hopefully double posting is not a problem.
My 13th review is for Qui Domi demo:
I'd recommend this game, since it has a nice presentation, good pacing, and well-balanced battles.
It's been a while, but here's #20 http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/37384-in-her-footsteps-now-with-100-more-demo/?p=372614
There are indications that this could be a well-written story with good characters, but at the moment there's a serious amount of polishing needed with switches and conditional branches. Battles need balancing, imo (6 turns for a single bat anyone?)
And here's #21 http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/37370-the-age-of-the-crystal/?p=372726
Only if you like brutal battles, with no way to cure death. I didn't last out the demo, and I tried 4 times. This, of course, coloured my assessment. I like to think it was poor balancing and not pathetic fighting skills on my part.
So what if you did one and stopped doing it for a couple weeks to get back to it because you didn't realize it was a weekly thing? xD
Number 5 for me: http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/35181-the-knights-of-aurora/?hl=%2Bknights+%2Baurora
Promising, a tad unpolished in some places, but with feedback and suggestions will probably turn into a decent game.
My 14th review is for Friend:
A nice and simplistic game that fans of puzzles might enjoy, but isn't anything too extraordinary in my opinion.
My 15th review is for Labyronia 2:
A nice plot idea, but the execution is heavily lacking and needs a lot of work.
My 16th review is for Crescentia: Harmony of the Moon:
Impressive presentation and visuals. Fans of anime style will really dig this, but it might not be for everyone else.
EDIT: My 17th review is for At Last Alone: Rescue at Moranthia:
It's an OK game. Nothing really stood out to me as terribly bad or superbly amazing. Reasonable for the dev's first game.
EDIT (again): I just went back and counted all my reviews. Seems I've made a mistake. I've actually done 19 reviews so far, not 17.
Here are all of them in order I've done them in:
#1 Eremidia Dungeon: Skyward Temple
#2 Eden Glosbe
#3 Labyronia Legends: Murder in Mysteria
#4 Re & Apophis
#5 Sticky the Stickman RPG
#8 Irrational Secrets
#9 Born Under the Rain
#10 Cat & Dog Gaiden
#11 Ruin Frontier
#12 Subterranean Starfield
#14 Kitten Mita
#15 Qui Domi
#17 Labyronia 2
#18 Crescentia: Harmony of the Moon
#19 At Last Alone: Rescue at Moranthia
So next one will be my 20th
I've had much less free time these last couple of weeks, but here is review #22
It's very bare bones at the moment, (e.g. almost no dialogue) despite being in Project Development rather than Early Projects, so people might want to wait until there's a bit more flesh on it.
My 20th review is for Castle Oblivion 3:
Not a bad game. Just has a few too many small issues that hinder the overall experience.
Number 6 for me: http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/37678-whos-afraid-of-the-big-bad-wolf/?hl=%2Bwhose+%2Bafraid+%2Bwolf
Very well done, worth checking out if you have the time.
Not much to say about this one. A pretty typical type of project. The music is actually pretty decent. With a little care it might turn out to be enjoyable.
It's obvious that the developer is a beginner. He needs to focus on getting more experience and return to development and public display later.
Are we allowed to request that someone do a review of our games? I'd like someone(s) to review my game, Slay the Dragon, if so.
Here is review #23
I do not recommend it. The English is almost incomprehensible, skills are a mess, battles are unbalanced, item descriptions are inaccurate, nice music.
i think ill give all game in this board 10 of 10 for creativity and talent
Here is review #24 http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/34387-immortal-sinsprologuedemo-out/?p=378992
40 minutes in a maze dungeon and still no save point and - as far as I could tell - no where near the end. Enemies which respawn in the time it takes to fight the next enemy, which is probably only a tile or two away from the first (visible, but crowding out the small spaces). If that appeals, then this is the game for you.
Haven't reviewed any RM games in ages. So this was a great way to get me back into it:
PS: to the other reviewers, I recently released an alpha demo of my game. Link in my signature.
Did another one:
I merged them. Next time, please edit your post.
2nd and 3rd review for me:
Though they weren't very detailed like the ones ksjp17 writes xD! You should give him something for the efforts!
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