This game is absolutely amazing, my favorite character was the werewolf, that being said, I didnt play through the whole thing so I have more to discover, but still.
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After stealing the Mayor's ID, I got to the level with the island, the city, and the plane. I didn't steal the plane's ID, thinking I could just be the mayor, and I had to restart. Other than that, great game with fun combat.
Great game, but I do have some issues when playing.
These issues might just be with me, but who knows, hell, they might be intentional things I thought were issues.
1. I wasn't able to get rid of my Parang. I bought the new one and equipped it, but wasn't able to get the old one out of my inventory, wasn't even able to put it in storage.
2. Might just be that there isn't any more content, but after the plant, it never told me to do anything. I spent a good hour more just going over the plant level over and over wondering what I was supposed to be doing. Eventually, I just left it and came to put my feedback here.
3. This is less of a criticism, as I love being an OP god sometimes, but the weretiger. It's absolutely insane. Now, once again, I think I speak for everyone when I say sometimes, being godlike is good. However, sometimes, it just takes away from the game.
4. The plant. I loved this level. With that being said, I don't think I would've been able to beat it if I hadn't stocked up a good 25 potions and had my weretiger ability. Thing hits like a truck.
The idea isn't bad, in fact, I've played games with the same premise, and liked them. Thing is, there are problems with this game, so many problems. I would spawn a unit and they'd walk right past an enemy, then they'd snap into a fight with an enemy like, 2 feet away from them. I hate the fact that there's no set area to spawn. I mean, sure, have a free running battle field, but at least add some lanes or something. I don't really like the fact that if I don't have enough units in one spot, the enemy can just stack up units and the physics allow them to just push my men back without actually killing them. My point is, the creator had a good idea, not original, but good, but they didn't execute correctly.