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Hillarious dialogue
Interesting story
Can edit new adventures
 
Easy to die
 
 

Here is Dink Smallwood, a very good Roleplaying/Adventure game. It was made by RTSoft in 1999. It has good graphics and the sound doesn't strike any odd notes either. Another positive thing is that your adventures will be often filled with humor.

You play the role of Dink, a young boy who lives with his mother. The game begins shortly after the death of his father. When you start, you will have to do a few little things and collect nuts for your mother. On your return, you will find the house burning and your mother dead.

And so the quest begins. You'll have to learn magic, buy weapons, drink various potions, talk and basically do the things you need to do in every RPG. However, don't think it is easy. You will be able to go through different places, but there are hidden ones too. In your conversations you be able to ask different questions. Some of them will affect the gameplay, while others are just for fun. Of course, at a certain level, you will gain one level of attack, defense or magic up, depending on which one you choose you wish to improve.

Some of you may ask yourselves what's the idea behind walking around and killing without any obvious reasons. Well, there is something you must achieve. In the beginning you want to become a hero and beat the milder Flamsop, and after you have accomplished that task, you'll have to fight the evil Cast.

As for compatibility, sometimes the game stops and you will have to get out by using the infamous Ctrl+Alt+Del key combination. That's why you should save your game often.

Review by: Konstantin
 

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4.4
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Size:
23,3 MB
 
Multiplayer modes:
None
 
Age rating:
Contains a lot of gore
Safe for ages: 15+
 
Requirements:
Windows
 
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