Graphics: Since the graphics were based on the RTP, I decided to judge this more on the design of the town. I thought that it was pretty good. The town was well designed and I especially liked that most of the interiors were on the main map with the interior tiles swapping with the exterior tiles upon entering the building. The map was rich with places to explore despite being not particularly big.
Plot: The plot was alright, you kind of had to discover what you were supposed to do just from the answers the towns people gave you, and if you didn't do it in the right order it could get confusing. I ended up talking to the ninjas in their hideout first, who informed me I was looking for the Elder Stone and that she was in another castle. I mean it. And cave ;p. I ended up finding their gold and tried to return it to them, but they wouldn't accept it. Eventually the elf told me what I was supposed to do and I got back on track.
Sound: Not too much to say here. General RTP music and sounds. Enough to bolster the experience.
Game Play: I really enjoyed the tongue-in-cheek feel of the game. From the creepy guy in the strip club(?)/dance hall to the molesty priest. I enjoyed how the dragon just self-destructed (was kind of afraid to fight him because none of the shop's equipment was compatible with Zack). It was alittle difficult in the beginning to get the quest on track, but afterward it was pretty simple. A fun, silly, simple little game.
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