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Quest for Not Quite as Lame (The)

This could be you if you play
One day, Dink receives a letter regarding the craptacular files
that were released by the creator of his world. Determined
not to let his world fall into the pit of horrible files, he sets out on
yet another adventure to stop the one they call 'Pillbug'.

- It doesn't work in Truecolor (don't bother trying, I've got some ninja scripting that Scratcher helped me with that won't let you play in Truecolor anyway).

- I've fixed all bugs my Beta testers have came up with, but that doesn't mean there aren't any. Post any bugs you may find!
Released:July 16th, 2011
File Size:3.60 MB
Release Notes:I fired my nerf gun repeatedly at a lot of the bosses, so it's not so tedious to kill things. Also fixed an annoying bug with the healing spell messing with the status bar. Oh, and got rid of the "No Truecolor" thing, since it did more harm than good. These fixes also probably brought on more bugs, so feel free to whine at me.
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October 6th, 2009
Score : 8.7 good
Peasant Male United States xbox steam
The world could always use more heroes 
This is pillbug's long anticipated "The Quest for Not Quite as Lame"! This was quite an awesome D-mod, and a huge improvement over "Happy Sunshine Land".

Basic Info
Dink receives a letter regarding crappy files made by his world's creator, and he is determined not to let it happen again and sets off for the one called 'pillbug'. This D-mod is straightforward and simple, and very creative. There are a number of dinkers mentioned/in this D-mod, which is pretty cool. The bosses aren't too tough, and there is a lot of good humour in this D-mod.

There was a few new graphics. There was a wasp enemy, ghost girl, and the title screen had different buttons. There was also one area of the game that was a tribute to "Happy Sunshine Land," and it didn't suck!

The map was quite large, and it was well done. I felt the screens could have been more detailed, however. There were not any major tile issues. There were no major hardness bugs that I was aware of. Overall it was great.

There isn't much to say about this. There was a good selection of midi's that fit the situations they were used in for the most part. He used one of the midi's in two different areas, which I thought was a bit odd and unusual, but maybe that's just me.

There is very little to say in this area. Most of the bugs were fixed with the help of all the beta-testers. If anything, I would say there are too many secret areas and potions, making it a bit too easy, and the "Scripted Steel" seems a bit overpowered. However, that is just my opinion. But other than that there is not much wrong with this D-mod.

This was a great D-mod. I'm sad to say it was better than my D-mod by far, in terms of creativity, and originality. This is such a great improvement over "Happy Sunshine Land", and I hope pillbug continues to create files of this awesomeness!.

"STUPID NEWBCAKE!" - pillbug
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an error occured while installing this d-mod?6lenaeuphoriaNovember 19th 2013, 03:06 AM
Glitch?4toal193September 19th 2011, 11:04 PM
Stuck14GodleySeptember 3rd 2011, 01:22 PM