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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by JoshCM, Sep 2, 2010.
OMG!!! Thank you VERY MUCH JOSH!
Rimelands its Here! good game
Finally downloading ASAP
Nice intro trailer.
The controls are really nice although they are kinda different to other virtual d-pads as you gotta press every time you want to go somewhere but this makes sense as you can only move in 4 directions and you cant walk diagonal.
The sound effects are great ,too.
The game runs smooth on my first gen ipod ( first i thought it lags a bit but that was cause of the popping up tutorial screens.)
The levelling up system is nice
every time you level up you can put a point on eather meele fight, assassin, mage and then you can apply skill points for that class. So you can eather specialise in one class or mix those classes.
The menus are well made and you can compare you current weapon with those you found.
The combat is really nice and turnbased ( you roll dices and your enemy and depending what do you throw the attack eather hits the target, misses, or will be blocked)
So far i would rate this a 5/5 and it is easily worth the price
I apologize for every mistake in this text as this was typed on my ipod and english is not my first language
It's surprisingly small, only 32 mb.
Let's have a look ^^
trailer to come shortly!!!
Rimmelands is here, Rimmelands is Here!!! Yes!
This must be the best week ever? I mean, so many great new games and new iPods...
Hey, it's out! Finally!
Congrats on the release CMG!
Awesome news! And wow, what a week! It's scary how quickly I can press the "buy" button now...
Congratz on the release guys!
Great Job Josh and CMG... keep it up!
Yyyyyesss! Instabuy! Been waiting since the first announcement for this!
This looks amazing. Even if it doesn't live up to expectations my 3 quid will be helping fund Aralan. Instant buy !
Can't believe how much I'm spending this week. Will purchase and download when I get home. Really looking forward to playing this one.
Is it descent on an Ipad?
I was hoping it would be universal
It will always depend on personal taste and expectatives, but for me is working perfectly fine on the iPad.
Played for only 10 minutes. Very promising turn-base game!
I won't be posting extended impressions of Rimelands here, since I'm close enough to the folks at Crescent Moon that it would feel like shilling. But let me just say that I love the game, and its been great to see it evolve from a head-scratching alpha to a satisfying and nicely polished release candidate. Congratulations Dicework and Crescent Moon: hope it sells like hotcakes.