Drawngeon: Dungeons of Ink and Paper Image
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  • Summary: Life went on as usual in the Inkland… until the Tower fell straight from the sky! Many heroes tried to solve its mystery, but none of them succeeded. It’s your turn to prove your worth.

    Choose your class - warrior, magician or rogue - each with their own strength and abilities. Loot and
    Life went on as usual in the Inkland… until the Tower fell straight from the sky! Many heroes tried to solve its mystery, but none of them succeeded. It’s your turn to prove your worth.

    Choose your class - warrior, magician or rogue - each with their own strength and abilities. Loot and buy items, fight with various weapons, create and cast powerful spells. All the ingredients of a good role-playing game are there, but with a unique real-time combat based on grid movement – like on a piece of paper! The hand-drawn graphics especially fit the dark and old-school heroic fantasy settings.

    Drawngeon is a RPG adventure that can also be played in short gameplay sessions, thanks to the procedural generation of dungeons, caves, forests and items you will find as you progress and develop your character.
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  1. Jan 16, 2020
    60
    Drawngeon: Dungeons of Ink and Paper certainly looks interesting, with its (literal) pen and paper visual environment. Once the action gets going, however, the game turns out a bit too frustrating when it comes to the controls and the overall gameplay experience, which feels rather repetitive and simplistic, even if there is still some fun to draw from it.
  2. 30
    Future iterations or sequels fro Drawngeon could well see it become a series worth paying attention to. The strong hit of nostalgia, as well as the unique visual style, give the game a foundation much stronger than many of its genre peers. The execution is deeply lacking, though. The lack of variety in gameplay systems, and the completely unsatisfying approach to character development, leave Drawngeon feeling hollow and a grind within minutes, and that's just not good enough.
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  1. Jul 18, 2020
    0
    The game is absolutely broken. Everything heals you when you eat it... except potions. Every ability does not work as intended. You canThe game is absolutely broken. Everything heals you when you eat it... except potions. Every ability does not work as intended. You can exploit thousands of bugs to make it even easier.

    It's not a game. It's a walking bug poorly programmed. Do not buy.
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