This game is directly pay to win and if you don't pay it is very hard to progress (especially since skill tomes are so rare)
It is also riddled with bugs, I've noticed more than once that the game just stopped doing anything, I refreshed, and then I had to start what I was doing all over again.
This is a good start, but it is in no way finished or worthy of a 4 or 5, it is incredibly short and allows for only a few specific commands, would love to see a fully fleshed out text adventure though.
Quite good game, but I was disappointed when the shuriken spamming scumbag was unkillable even with a red bar. 1/5 because of this. (Just joking, 5/5 of course, hope you make another game like this, but perhaps a bit longer)
This game looks good and is fairly good, but then you get forced to play on "hard" and "insane" mode which are both EXTREMELY unfair in terms of difficulty, and NEEDS you to use all your credits to unlock the 4th world that you need even more upgrades for, and then you get 100 credits per level re-do and EVEN LESS if you get hit. It could've been great but it quickly became extremely frustrating and just impossible. It'd be fine if the levels were possible to do with skill, but it's literally impossible without upgrades, and a lot of the time it just goes down to "How lucky am I? Will they come from those 2 corners so I can impossibly dodge, or will they both come from above? How many big light orbs will I get?"
Ok first mission, this looks good, red squares, wait, why can't I place my soldiers where I want? Guess I'll put 'em in the squares... the enemy is obviously coming from above because theres walls and trees all around, and it's not like I can rotate my men or anything. Ok, let's go, wait what, they spawn from behind? Oh gee, I lost.
(Also, I pretty much gave up on wave 2 because I had 12 soldiers and they still died literally instantly and then my base got destroyed)
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