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Review: Dimension of Dreams

Wed May 08, 2019 11:26 am

Roguelikes and card battlers have been having a ‘moment’ for years now. Early classics like Hoplite and Dream Quest were ground-breaking in their canny mix of challenge and simplicity.

http://www.pockettactics.com/reviews/di ... of-dreams/

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Wed May 08, 2019 3:50 pm

Purchased based on this review and I'm really enjoying it so far. Well polished aside from some very minor translation issues.

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Wed May 08, 2019 4:15 pm

Purchased based on this review and I'm really enjoying it so far. Well polished aside from some very minor translation issues.
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Fri May 10, 2019 12:23 pm

Well, I won my very first game, which never happened to me with these kind of games before, so I was like ok, there are other difficulty levels, so let???s try again, difficulty 2. 1st try I got the half hp thingy on level 3, but even with that I almost won, 2nd try I won.

So, 2 wins out of 3 games so far, I hope it will get much harder, based on past experience with other games, I should feel hopeless and like I am never going to win a game ever this early in, but at the moment I feel like it???s playing itself and no matter how much I have no idea what I am doing it will just work out. I mean in my first game I didn???t even use skills that cost that blue thingy, because I didn???t understand how those worked, and there were cards I also didn???t understand even in my second game, yet I still won.

    

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