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  • Summary: Magic Scroll Tactics is a side-scrolling tactical RPG where height is key. But be warned, simply holding the high ground won't ensure victory! Raining arrows down on your hapless foes is only one part of this simple yet deep strategy game; you'll need to master a wide variety of abilitiesMagic Scroll Tactics is a side-scrolling tactical RPG where height is key. But be warned, simply holding the high ground won't ensure victory! Raining arrows down on your hapless foes is only one part of this simple yet deep strategy game; you'll need to master a wide variety of abilities and units if you wish to conquer your perilous foes. Expand
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    It's actually refreshing playing a game that doesn't try to be expansive, and instead focuses on neat, high quality gameplay loops.
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  1. Mar 22, 2019
    7
    Would be a great game if not for the massive difficulty issues. It starts off *way* too easy and eventually becomes *way* too hard. I almostWould be a great game if not for the massive difficulty issues. It starts off *way* too easy and eventually becomes *way* too hard. I almost quit playing because there was no challenge at first, and I ended up not finishing because it becomes so punishing and grinding isn't fun (I actually do enjoy grinding in many games, just not this one. Your only option is to replay the same tiny maps near your level over and over and it's just not fun). The middle of the game, however, is quite enjoyable.

    It's basically a Final Fantasy Tactics like game that takes place in 2 dimensions. At first, the movement limits make combat a cluster**** with all your characters stuck together, but later, you get move speed increases and such and it's better.

    I'd wait for a sale.
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