One thing I'd like added is a kind of Lunch Break option, where instead of getting the whole day off it's just for the amount of time you select. That way, while your seamstress is waiting for your blacksmith to finish something, at least she can be regaining happiness instead of just sitting there.
I've never been good at puzzles, but, as far as I know, this is actually a nice game! Not as confusing as The Company of Myself, or as complex as Electric Box, it's originality and decent game play makes this above average, while not a masterpiece. Good job! 4/5
I dunno about anyone else, but I can't even get past pillar 2. Maybe it's because I'm not a flappy fan, or I don't play games all day long, but personally I think that one click makes the ship go way to high. Wait for other people's opinions on this before you change anything, I could just be one in few.
Graphics, sound, levels? Ok concept, somewhat original, but right now this game is skin and bones. And from which esteemed reviewer did you get the "highly addictive" from? The more credible, the more believable. For now though, keep at it and this game might mean something.
Personally, I like Swords & Potion 1. I don't like how number two is a more CafeVille style game compared to the first one which has hours, haggling, more community-based playing, and a truly original feel. Sorry, but I'm going to go back to playing the original game I have devoted time and energy to.
How to Get Money Fast: First, wander around until you have 8,000 gold. Next, go to Carlia. Buy a diomand. Look at the map in travel and find LaVelle. It is only one day away, but pays 1000 more than it cost for your diomand! Go back and forth until you have all the money you need.
I like this version of Creeper better than the rest because of it's different style. Some games have their ideas "borrowed" but put into a different perspective so people like it. Instead, I like how the developer made the twist all on their own. I'm not saying that I don't like the others, this is just, in my opinion, the best. 5/5
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