Board game sounds like a boring static game where the die results are more important than player skills. But .. Are you sure?The board may be a reflection of the vibrant world where the player can perform multiple actions and choices. Everything depends on the character classes, skills, and items that you select. You can fight in the arena to earn some money and experience or you can search for the job in the mill. Create your own weapons and sell themin the city. Work in the mine to extract some gems and gold. Fight against hundreds of enemies and collect herbs to heal yourself. Bail your friend out of prison. Use a broom to clean up the abandoned house and rest there. Steal money and prey to Gods for forgivness. Just choose nine skills to create your character. Choose them wisely, because a lot of challenges awaits you. This is a short description of the game Srututu-Forgotten Foe.
- each game is different
- one quest takes around 15-30 minutes
- interaction with the world highly dependent on the character skills and equipment
- finish quests and unlock new items, skills and actions
- game difficulty increases with every lap
Three game modes:
Normal Game - character starts every mission at 1lvl, with basic inventory, and with no skills. In this mode character gaining experience quickly and can find very good items (even better with the progress in the game)
Character Save- character starts every mission at 1lvl, equipment and skills are saved from the previous mission. It's hard to find a good equipment. Each skill costs extra experience.
Free Game - everything is unlocked (skills, items, characters,actions). There is no missions. Equipment and skills are saved.You can test the skills and plan your character.
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|Developer: Desert Fox|
|Engine/Language: Game Maker|
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