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 Swords & Serpents

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Baron_Von_Bullsh-t

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PostSubject: Swords & Serpents   Sun Sep 19, 2010 3:27 pm

So, lately I've been playing Swords & Serpents. I haven't really touched the game since I heard some guy get shot, just outside my apartment while I was playing it out in my living room...I was around 4....Pretty wild.

Well, I was wondering if anyone else has played that game. It's a dungeon crawler, pretty basic. There's pretty much no story, except a vague description of "slay the dragon at lvl 16"........
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The interface of the game is fairly simple. Three screens. One shows the map, the other a frontal view of what you're seeing, and a third at the bottom displaying parties health and magic. In the beginning of the game, you get to "roll" for your characters ability scores, which gives it a D&Dish element to the game. You can be three classic classes in your party of four, a Wizard, Thief, & Fighter. Just be sure to roll appropriately or your team is going to suck. You can also play this multiplayer from 2 or 4 players (sorry, no third wheels ) via Nintendo Satellite or 4 player adapter, which is pretty cool. 1P being party leader.

You fight your standard dungeony like enemies, gain loot and so forth. However there's only 16 levels, both game and leveling. Also it uses a password system for saving progress, a total of 5 separate passwords, 4 for players and 1 for game progress. Though if you're using emulation, hurray for saving anytime anywhere!!!

Anyways, if you want to play a pretty basic dungeon crawler, you should check this game out. It remains one of my favorites today. However, it does get pretty hard if you're not on top of things.

Some would call it

*puts on sunglasses*

Nintendo hard.....


YEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Swords & Serpents   Sun Sep 19, 2010 3:39 pm

Sounds interesting

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PostSubject: Re: Swords & Serpents   Sun Sep 19, 2010 4:26 pm

* agrees with audioman *
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PostSubject: Re: Swords & Serpents   Sun Sep 19, 2010 9:20 pm

It is.
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