Hey everyone who likes this game!
There is a wiki! (it has nothing on it, just made it . . . )
Point is, help fill the wiki with Rogue Legend information!
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Suggestions: First, having music and sound effects separate for changing their volume. I like listening to music on my music player, but still hearing sound effects. Second, I really like the click and hold to move and do jobs, but maybe have an option to turn it on and off, or change what items are activated by using it. I have accidentally moved my mouse over water and gotten myself ill and used a sickle on one of my crops. It is very useful for watering plants though. Not a big deal, taught me to not walk around with my sickle and to avoid moving my mouse over water. Third, I noticed that saplings, bushes, and maybe monsters spawn randomly, but the berries do not. Only problem I had with the berries was that because they spawn in the same place, you can’t place an item in that spot. I was modifying the cliffs, making the edge walls thicker, but a berry spot left a big dimple in my cliff wall. It bothered me that my cliff wall wasn't level.
Bugs: First, while it was raining, I could go into my house and lose the cold effect, but after standing in my house for a bit, it would come back for some reason. Second, after moving cliffs around, their shadow (I assume shadow, the darker coloration on the grass) remained, and did not go away even after leaving the area and coming back. I didn't check to see if it would change after a save and restart. Third. I could fill in gaps in the cliff side on the right side of a map, but I could not on the left side of a map.
Review: There are some games that you know, as soon as you open them, that they are just a clone of another game. You can't throw a cat without hitting a clone of Minecraft, and I thought this game would be a clone of Harvest Moon. I was pleasantly mistaken, and if anything, it demonstrates a good representation of the genre itself. This game seems very customizable, and although I am not too far in, the game feels like it actually has a purpose. The intro really spurred me to work hard, and I am hopeful that in the game I'll find out who those warriors were, and maybe if my family survived. Overall, I've had a lot of fun, and will continue to play as the game develops.
It was entertaining, and although it take only take a few tries to get all the characters, I did enjoy it during that time. Besides unlocking all the characters, it does seem a bit pointless with infinity levels. Perhaps you should think about a story mode, with a set number of floors? You could have all the locked characters in the story, maybe as monsters, like a boss every 10 or 15 levels, that want to kill you and steal the golden thing. (And when you beat them, you can use them). Achievements are also an idea, maybe that unlock new challenges, like, hell mode, where the bad move twice as fast, and the water is lava. Just ways to make it capture the audience for longer.
Its a refreshing twist to the papa franchise! While the others feel like sequals, this plays more like a new game, and watching the battles unfold with the weapons I built was an added plus. Much better than watching what happens after they eat my pizza =P.
Besides the blatent likeness to transformice, there are a few things that could be improved of. The game controls seem laggy, even on low quality, and even a bit over sensitive. The graphics for the squirrels are cute, but the level graphics are not up to par to them. It also bothers me that all the clothes can only be purchased with the coins, which, though can be bought with acorns, would most likely needed to be bought with kreds. My first impression of this game is that it was designed to make money, and that is never a good sign.
So far, the game has been fun, but I think I have a glitch. I have enough scrap to build rooms, but anything I try to build says I don't have enough, even traps, its all red, but it says I have enough on my count. This started after I lost my first raid, and I lost 2 people, and my generator room. Now I can't seem to build it or anything else back. Besides this, I was really enjoying the game, but I think I might have to restart. I'm still giving it 4/5, The gameplay is good, and I don't seem to be loosing interest. The graphics compliment it well. I thought it was balanced, with the right amount of difficulty. Overall, a good game, and hopefully, in my new game I won't get glitched again.
@DavidsMe, Four animals will fit in an animal cage tops
@johnnzhu I believe when the tree gets to about twice the size of your house, its good. A full grown tree gives 5 wood without research. Just pay attention to the height of the trees, and that is a big clue of how grown they are.
Overall a good game. Also its not incredibly fancy graphics, it fits the game well, and the music compliments it well, too. I didn't find hardmode very difficult, and finished upgrading, and building my self substaining farm but about my third death. Perhaps random events would make hardmode more interesting, like a drought, which makes plants grow twice as long, or a tornado, which makes you randomly lose buildings or plants. It would expand the game, and make the basic button pushing of a well developed farm more enjoyable.