01-16-2013, 03:46 PM
#31
My Google Powers must be rusty because I can't seem to find the dev's website. Could you please post up a link?

I downloaded this last night before seeing this thread, and I must say that it's a little off putting (especially after playing Ravensword 2). I must admit that I was hoping for more of a Wizardy 8 or Might and Magic kinda feel from looking at the screenshots. With that said, I'm just hoping that I can possibly enjoy it a little bit more after reading up on their website. Thanks!
01-16-2013, 10:58 PM
#32
Would it please be possible to see a video of the game in action?

Thank you very much.

01-17-2013, 06:50 PM
#34
I must admit, I'm still not quite sure what to think even after watching the video. Looks a bit cumbersome, and well, boring really. But could also be the sort of thing that's more fun when playing.

A bad Russian translation for a change is almost amusing. Particularly if you imagine the voice of Boris from Rocky and Bullwinkle while reading. (Though I doubt that was the developer's intention.)
01-17-2013, 07:08 PM
#35
Bump for a link to the dev's website. I still can't seem to find it.
01-17-2013, 07:14 PM
#36
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Originally Posted by macatron View Post
Bump for a link to the dev's website. I still can't seem to find it.
Tapping "App Support" from the app store page takes you there:

http://af.nevapros.com/

For future reference.
01-17-2013, 07:15 PM
#37
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Originally Posted by Gabrien View Post
Tapping "App Support" from the app store page takes you there:

http://af.nevapros.com/

For future reference.
Ah, good to know! Thanks!
01-17-2013, 07:55 PM
#38
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Originally Posted by Gabrien View Post
I must admit, I'm still not quite sure what to think even after watching the video. Looks a bit cumbersome, and well, boring really. But could also be the sort of thing that's more fun when playing.

A bad Russian translation for a change is almost amusing. Particularly if you imagine the voice of Boris from Rocky and Bullwinkle while reading. (Though I doubt that was the developer's intention.)
Now I'll have Alan Cummings' Boris from Golden Eye running in my head while I play the game. Thanks, Gabrien! .

More on topic, once you get a handle on controlling the two characters the gameplay gets a lot less awkward. Sanaku seems to do a lot of repositioning of the characters that's not really necessary: you can simply find good positions (like behind doorways) and fight enemies as they come to you.

That said, combat is slower (but more tactical) than your typical first person turn-based dungeon crawler. I don't personally find it boring, but I can see how someone else would.
01-17-2013, 09:28 PM
#39
Thank you for the video Sanuku!

This looks to be a game that will take a long while to play.

If it has a good story , some interesting spells and tactical combat,
this could be worth a go.

Thanks
01-18-2013, 04:27 AM
#40
From the video, it looks like you have to move characters individually (i.e. not as a party) even when there's no combat or danger of combat. Surely this can't be the case?