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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by ldkaplan, Jul 22, 2008.
Anyone playing Vay?
I feel like a dope...I can't get out of the darn castle!
As soon as you gain control of the main character at the beginning of the game (when the little instruction thing pops up), move two spots to the left (to the center of the red carpet) and then head STRAIGHT down.
Thanks! After getting over the 'doh!' feeling, I was able to enjoy the game.
it was waaaay easier than i made it out to be. i was walking around that place forever. now i can enjoy my fun ipod rpg
Sorry to bring out this old topic but I have a question in mind before I purchase it. Is there any brief stats that displayed for every weapons, armors and items in the shop? I have heard people saying that they often ends up buying a weapon that are more weaker than the one they are holding.
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the first update solved that problem. u see all the stats before buying.
Can we see details like how many improvement for the weapon over the current one before we buy?
I'm thinking of buying it if it offer such features. Wouldn't want to load the game just to find out whether my stat will improve after buying it. BTW I already owned Arvale so do you think it is worth getting this? I meant, will it be too late for me to play this game, considering it had been out for quite a while now.
Hi, this game is worth it. To answer your question, you can view the stats of your weapons/armor from an in game menu. Is Arvale good? The virtual D-pad and cartoon graphics put me off
Except the sense of humor in Arvale.
Also someone had posted here saying that the game play is relatively easy to beat at normal difficulty. Wonder is that true? Should I start with Hard mode instead?
Um, Im not sure, the first boss guy is a surprise, so you learn to get high leveled before you fight anything else. Maybe try it with increased difficulty if you want a hard challenge. But I never had any problems on default. Although I did only die once, so maybe it was easy.
Also you say Arvale is funny, but will the d pad and graphics make it a bad experience?
Hard mode is the original difficulty from the Sega CD version. SoMoGa added a normal difficulty so the game was more playable by the casual gamer.
With hard mode, expect a lot more random encounters, sometimes not even moving more than 1-3 footsteps.
I'd recommend hard mode personally.
Nope. It's more convenient actually. You basically enter your command by using only the tap from your right hand instead of tapping everywhere to walk.
Cool, have added it to my "to buy" list. Can't buy now as I got Marble Maze Ultra and Virtual Villagers today
It's a purchase you won't regret considering the amount of humor you'll get from the dialog.