Reviews for A Valley Without Wind 1 and 2 Dual Pack
NOPE!discusfish99 | June 15, 2015 | See all discusfish99's reviews »
Visually: unimpressive. Gameplay: not really fun. This game is extremely repetitive and doesn't introduce anything new to the RPG and city building gaming world. In this day and age, people are looking for games to break new ground constantly because once one game comes out with a new idea, everyone does it. This game feels like it has been done before. I wouldn't recommend trying it unless you get it extremely cheap!
Has potentialParityB1T | June 5, 2015 | See all ParityB1T's reviews »
I've only played a couple hours of AVWW 1 but my impressions are as follow: The game does look to have a well built 'economy', you have to find enough resources to build certain facilities and keep your people happy etc. This is similar for spell-crafting where you must gather specific materials for new spells. These among many other features I've seen show that the game does have a reasonable RPG and city-building system. Imagine that and multiplayer. Soundtrack is also ear-pleasing. Its shortcoming could be off-putting, however. Combat is 'platformer' but control feels clunky, on top of that is bad animation. Art looks nice but style does not, it is difficult to tell what is what (though it seems improved in AVWW 2).
Repetitive.Liverpool1971 | June 11, 2013 | See all Liverpool1971's reviews »
The visual style of those games has turned me off from the start. There is no real story, so you don’t know where are you, and where are you going. I thought that I will enjoy it, because I like games with a ton of monsters and spells, and randomly generated worlds. But the truth is it gets boring. If you don’t mind the repetition and the looks then those game titles are designed for you.