The Dink Network

Where's Likko?

April 29th, 2014
Score : 8.5 good
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Responsible for making things not look like ass 
I think this is the first time I've seen the Belgotha graphics in action. This DMod also utilizes Evil Houses- which is another Simon Klaebe creation. In fact the majority of sprites used in this game consist of new or altered graphics. Anyways enough of that.

Story: The title pretty much sums up the story. It's all about finding Likko. There are some really nice touches to the story such as the homeless moogle who will give you a clue to what you should do for a gold coin. Dink also made an appearance which made the world DinkDude created feel much more like it's part of the Dink world rather than something else entirely.

Graphics: Well, I've already stated that this dmod uses a whole lot of new graphics. This includes new and altered tiles too. The DMOD very nicely utilizes new and altered graphics. I really liked that spiral staircase and the animation that was made to go with it. It's really cool.

Sound: I don't have any qualms about the midi choices. Though I did find the door creak a bit weird when entering the evil houses. Mostly because those houses don't have doors. Perhaps there was a better choice of sound to use there.

Mapping: Gotta say, that's the most realistic forest area I've had to venture through in a long time. Well done.

If you're looking for a DMOD that's a very nice non-combat short quest, this is it. Or perhaps you'll want download it just to snag all the neat graphics used. Or maybe you want a reference on how to build a realistic forest area. It's a good DMOD to check out.