The Dink Network


One of the better looking screens from the D-Mod. Dink made it to the entrance of hell! Just kidding. I have no idea why author made this to be the D-Mod's second screen. 0,
July 11th, 2002
Score : 1.5 horrible
Peasant She/Her
Dink is lost in a dreamworld and he has to find his way back to castle Goodheart.

Storyline: It's not long, neither very well explained as in what the characters say. Dink asks questions about things you didn't knew were important.

Map and graphics: The map is not very large, which needn't be a problem, but the map is almost empty. There are no details what so ever.

Music: Really irritating, almost nerve-wrecking.

Good: The campfire is nicely down, as well is the castle.

Not so good: You start out with a throwing axe, so all the enemies are extremely easy to kill. The enemies are there for no reason since it is not necessary to level up. You get loads of gold, but you can't buy anything. There are loads of hardness-errors: you can walk of several screen (as can the enemies) and you can walk through trees. Map-designing is quite bad: tiles don't blend in, the used sprites don't add anything and it gives the impression the author rushed to get it done.

Overall: It's short, easy and not very enjoyable; neither the story, nor the map is much fun.

Fit for: If you want to play a really easy D-mod. I finished the game in about 5 minutes.