A few days in and I finally hit a wall in Sabnac 8
Game pretty much plays like a mix (with regards to the side stuff you can do) some other games i've played.
Found the core mechanics easy to learn and oh boy those purge tickets killed the need for long minutes of grinding. I do hope that getting more demons can be easier alongside the extension of limits in the hard dungeons. Also, the arena system needs to get that forced AI out unless the AI itself can be improved (to make auto combat more usable for farther levels). Won't give a rating for now as I'm still getting my way around the game. Kinda great game to play on a portable device btw ^^
Oh nearly forgot, I don't seem to understand the enemy power rating system. At first it looked like a summation of all the enemies' power but equipment materials 3 proved me wrong. Kicking my ass at around 40k when i can pass some 50k dungeons.
To those who dont understand the hard parts (and tells that the guide "doesn't work") here's a word by word guide:
Ok, at the town-ish part you need to break the thing that prevents the water to flow, that is, by doing pollen (to go near the water blockage)-coconut (to hit the dam) repeatedly after doing so, you'll get to the desert. Fruit (now you have water, this will work) - coconut (to go down and get vine) - vine - then go back to the bird and fling it using vine then coconut then go to the spot where the second bird (blue bird) is near, then fruit then coconut to go to the river then coconut again to raise the branch thing - vine (to go up) - pollen to go up - coconut to get across the river - acorn
Note: I've experienced some glitches that prevents the sheep from going to the town just keep clicking (on the sheep as the pollen goes to it before the quick event) or restart the game. That must work.
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