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Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom Free Download Repacklab In making the jump from mobile devices to consoles and PC, KEMCO’s RPG Blacksmith of The Sand Kingdom makes an impression on me that makes me understand why there was a need for a port in the first place. From the gameplay to the characters and art style, those who will be entering the world for the first time won’t be disappointed if this is your cup of tea. In the world of Muspelheim, also known as the “Sand Kingdom”, you play as Volker, an upcoming blacksmith and adventurer who takes up in his father’s footsteps by running his workshop with your childhood friend Valeria by your side. Along the way, you meet a variety of diverse characters with interesting personalities that help and enable you into becoming not only a successful blacksmith, but a well-known and accomplished adventurer as well. SEXY GAMES
After watching the trailer for Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom, I was intrigued by its seemingly expansive item creation mechanics, tactical-looking battle system, and dungeon crawling. Now that I played it, I must say that some of these areas delivered the goods while others should have remained in the kiln a wee bit longer. One thing that surprised me is how similarly Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom plays to the Atelier games which is one of my personal favourite game series ever. Going between gathering materials and fighting monsters in dungeons to organizing all of your treasures back at base in order to craft cool things, fulfill requests, and equip your party with swanky new gear is all very familiar. With that being said, Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom doesn’t quite reach the heights of the Atelier franchise although it’s surely a noble effort that’s worth checking out, especially if you love retro-inspired games as much as I do.
The adventurer blacksmith begins his journey!
At the start of the game, you have a choice between five classes; Fighter, archer, priest, wizard, and thief. Along with the decision of class you also are given the choice of faith to believe in. Faith plays a role in giving you different stat boost and battle perks such as more health for your character/ party members, resistance to a status effect or debuff, or even more evasiveness so it’s harder for enemies to hit you in battle. Some faiths obviously correlate with whatever class you decide upon but some are unique, where you can combo them wherever you see fit. Further down the line, you are given the chance to create your own party members to journey alongside. While you’re able to give them names, classes, and faith’s you aren’t allowed to customize them as you see fit, which I found to be a little bit upsetting. Baldo: The Guardian Owls
As you progress through the game you get introduced to the five main areas that you will spend a good majority of your time. You have the infirmary where you can heal your whole team for a fairly small fee and change your faith; the tavern (sounds like a cool place – ed) where you feed your party and gain a generous amount of exp; the arena where you battle monsters in various rankings and leagues to earn money and prizes; workshop where you build and craft new gear, materials, and commodities that you can either equip for yourself, use them to complete guild requests, or sell them to make a profit; the item shop where you can buy potions and different affixes and runes that you can infuse into your weapons and armor; and the adventurer’s guild, where you can accept missions which can range from defeating certain enemy “x” number of times to getting certain materials.
Muspelheim, a nation of desert and wilderness, also named as the Sand Kingdom.
Each story’s important request is highlighted in blue and progresses the storyline along. Finally, we have the main event – Dungeons. Dungeons are where you go to complete guild requests, level up your party, and gain materials that you need for crafting and blacksmithing. Throughout the story, you’ll unlock more dungeon levels where you’ll find better materials and go up against even harder monsters. Even as you progress throughout the story you unlock even more classes and faiths for you to use as well. Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom takes place in the humble Santburg Town and its surrounding dungeons. Its gameplay loop essentially has you gathering all sorts of goods by stealing from and defeating enemies as well as collecting them from designated spots and treasure chests. Once your party can’t take much more adventuring or you’ve exhausted what the dungeon has in store, you can head back to town where you will likely spend an hour or 2 simply crafting stuff, setting up your party, and battling in the arena. Batman The Telltale Series Complete Season
At first, the vast amount of options available to you is sure to impress. However, as you progress and become familiar with everything, the fun begins to slowly turn to tedium as you realise just how much busywork is required in order to fulfill requests and keep your party strong. Because of this, I highly recommend playing it in short bursts after you become accustomed to everything although that’s a difficult thing to do because Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom can unfortunately be rather habit-forming and I don’t necessarily use that as a compliment. Yes, it’s great fun at first but once monotony rears its ugly head, you’ll know it’s time to play something else.
There are 14 classes, faith selection, and passive skills that grant you free character customization!
Gameplay-wise everything operates on a day and night cycle. As you use the facilities around you you’re limited to only using them once a day. To reset the day cycle you have to sell items in your workshop. After a while, you start to get a general rhythmic flow of how you play. It’s almost like you have to manage your time wisely. Combat is turn-based and pretty straightforward. Every class has its own sets of skills and abilities and all use mana points when used. Combat visuals aren’t really flashy and after a while I found myself repeating the same actions over and over again. It got to the point where I turned automatic combat on and sped up the battle speed. However, things start to pick up and vary when you unlock new dungeon areas and encounter new enemies. Bus Simulator 18
One thing that I love about Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom is how many distinct features it has via its party growth systems and Santburg Town’s businesses. Each party member has a main class and subclass that you can change whenever you want from a selection of 14 and on top of that, they have their own religion (or faith) that provides a boost as well as lists of assignable passive skills and learned active skills and you can actually upgrade both types. Meanwhile, equipment can be created and modified with runes and you can eat at the tavern each day to get a huge boost of experience points although doing so can be pricy. There’s also an arena with tricky battles and its own shop and currency. However, the place you’ll spend the most time in is the workshop which features an absurd amount of items that you can create which you can then sell, equip, or hand in to complete requests. It all works together brilliantly. Borderlands 2: Remastered
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Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: 4GB VRAM
Storage: 600 MB available space
Additional Notes: This app features keyboard controls and partial controller support with the Xbox controller. Mouse/touch screen are not supported.
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
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