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Cycles of Evil

Description
The town of Beral is affected by evil across generations.
Released:January 8th, 2015
File Size:2.84 MB
Downloads:30
Release Notes:- Updated to be compatible with true-color mode.
- Fixed black spots on title screen.
- Trees don't change before fade_down when switching seasons.
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Let's Play (DSPT)

September 24th, 2002
v1.2
Score : 9.5 exceptional
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Binirit
Peasant Female
 
This D-mod is one of the three entries in the Dink Network Alternative Hero D-mod Contest 2002. The others are Lynaís Story by Paul Pliska and Quest for the Golden Nut by James Perley.

Storyline: This might be one of the hardest to understand D-mod. You do not know what is going on, untill you are almost at the end of the game. Then you begin to understand what the plot is about. It is very well worked out and it reminds me of a movie with flashbacks. I played it once more, just because I wanted to understand everything that was going on.

Map and Graphics:. The changing of seasons is very well done. I was quite amazed when I saw it at first.

Music:.The music that plays at the fairies scene is outstanding. The other midiís are fair.

Good: The storyline and plot are great.

Not so good: The map is a too big for the story; the game only needs a couple of screens since there is nothing else to do or to find besides the main quest. I do not like autosave, I prefer savebots or pressing escape.

Overall: A D-mod that features a new kind of story and plot and could set the pace.

Fit for: If you prefer a game that has a great story and plot, but almost no fighting.
TopicPostsPosterLast Post
Cycles of Evil Bug7redink1March 7th 2008, 07:14 AM
HELP!7rp64October 26th 2007, 08:30 AM
Big Bug6DEATHis2006August 30th 2007, 11:16 AM
cycle of evil4UNICORNLADYOctober 18th 2003, 01:36 PM
Cycles of Evis: Help, I can not get started 7gvandyk2May 6th 2003, 03:00 PM
coe problem2momerathJanuary 7th 2003, 04:54 PM
Cycle of Evil question8BiniritSeptember 19th 2002, 01:53 AM
Cycles of Evil question2BiniritSeptember 15th 2002, 01:00 PM