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Defeat four lethal enemies and become the Champion of Zenland.

Arena was made as an entry for Fundamental RPGology contest. It contains four fights. Every fight is inspired with different cultural phenomena.
It uses charged-attack battle system built upon original engine. There is no in-game tutorial because the lesser you know, how does it work, the better.

Features:
-barebone battle system
-original graphics
-original soundtrack (and not so original sounds from Discs of Tron)
-story set in the world of Mace Blue Games
-inspired with Ultima Series, The Elder Scrolls: Arena, Tower of Druaga, Star Wars original trilogy, Might and Magic series
-players character is named Champion right from the start, so you can play the game multiple times without continuity loss

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  • 08/27/2014 06:15 PM
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Sorry, but terrible graphics...I just can't play it.
I always wanted to try your older projects and thought I might well start from this one. The review that it got summarizes very well what I think about it. I don't know whether you're working on this setting or not anymore but it truly is interesting!

It needs to be said again, the graphics, as simplistic as they might seem, are really cool! I feel almost bad about the previous comment. Probably the only thing I didn't like was the only song playing, a bit grating in my opinion! I know what you where aiming for but... lol

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Thanks! I literally didn't know how to do anything back then and had to work around that limitation. Mace Blue: Chapter 3, which uses the same aesthetic was supposed to have more complicated version of the battle system, which was what ultimately made me stop working on it.
I guess having only one song was because of the two limitations. My imagination (I used a cool plugin, which made every sound 2-bit or something like that) and time.
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