Skilltree Saga is the first Rogue-like RPG in Aventuria - the world of The Dark Eye. Choose your race as human, elf or dwarf and battle your random generated opponents in up to 100 deep stages with numerous skill, which you can advance and enhance.Read full description
Skilltree Saga is the first Rogue-like RPG in Aventuria - the world of The Dark Eye. Choose your race as human, elf or dwarf and battle your random generated opponents in up to 100 deep stages with numerous skill, which you can advance and enhance.
A sinister spawn of orks and goblins led by the Dark Ruler Sargul are besieging the city of Griffinsford.
To make matters worse, your beloved, the daughter of Baron Griffontrue, was abducted and you desperately try to take up pursuit. After being rescued from an ambush of a group of goblins by a master of the mysterious Elemental Knight you have the marvelous opportunity to become part of this alliance society. Following the intensive training it is up to you to defeat the sinister spawn that is about to mercilessly enlarge their numbers to occupy Aventuria.
Motivating Rogue-like Elements
Random generated monsters and treasures are waiting for the brave Elemental Knight in the margraviate of Griffinsford.
Pillage a multitude of gear, which you must equip to enhance your attributes like Strength, Cleverness or Constitutiton.
On the market square you can buy or sell equipment. Use astral potions to replenish your Astral Energy or invest diamonds to purchase even more helpful potions.
Well-thought approaches are mandatory to put up a fight against the sinister spawn! Choose from a variety of skills, damage your enemy with wind and water magic or bring them to their knees with powerful fire spells. You’ll be in need of those when you come across hordes of orks and goblins. Your opponents know how to fight back as well. They use skills to make them stronger, tougher. They enfeeble your attributes or let dangerous rain down on the adventurer.
Skilltree with numerous spells of the Elemental Knights
You start as a nobody adventurer and choose your race as human, elf or dwarf. In your conflicts against the sinister spawn you will acquire experience to get steadily more powerful. Through level ups you’ll collect Adventure Points to enhance your skills and learn new spells.
Up to 100 level deep challenging dungeons, Rogue-style!
Choose between various adventures that you’ll try to master. On plenty of stages you’ll encounter dangerous fiends and you can find twinkling treasure chests or bracing healing fountains. At times you’ll come across a shady goblin merchants, who will sell you items on your troublesome journey. Should you fail your quest you’ll have to start anew, but become more experienced. Only the most mighty ones will challenge the heavy end bosses and can immortalize their name as a hero in the hall of fame.
"The Dark Eye" is published under the license of Chromatrix GmbH. "Das Schwarze Auge" is a registered trademark of Significant Fantasy Medienrechte GbR.
The Dark Eye is published under the license of Chromatrix GmbH.
What you see in the screenshots is what you get with this game. You will literally replay the same 2 or 3 levels over and over ad nauseum to grind points to level up your character and skills. The entire game is like 30 minutes long, but will take you well over 10 hours with the excessive grinding that is required to make any progress. I enjoyed the game for a few hours, but it's way too repetitive and lacks variety. The enemies are randomised per dungeon and the bosses are overpowered. You don't really control much in this game either. Before you enter one of the few dungeons, you set up your attacks in the menu. Then the game executes the attacks in the order you chose. That's it. No depth to the combat. If you mess up your skills or their order, you are guaranteed to lose. You will spend hours grinding and exiting before you die, just to finally be strong enough or have good enough equipment to complete the dungeon. The final dungeon is too much of a chore. It is 100 levels, but you will exit it dozens of times and start all over again just so you can keep the loot you earned. It takes a lot of time to get your character strong enough to survive the final dungeon. This isn't a bad game if you like mindless gameplay, but bear in mind that you will only watch your character as seen in the screenshots. There is no actual moving or dungeon crawling. From what I remember, the pictures show off all the levels in the game. Get this game very cheap or don't get it at all. I personally bought this when it was first released and was very disappointed as I thought it was an actual dungeon crawler and the screens were just the combat. Again, the screens are exactly what this game is and nothing more is hidden beneath the surface.
Saga Skilltree is listed as a roguelike, but has only a slight resemblance, the game plays like an RPG random automatic. The game allows you to choose between three different races, including human, elf and dwarf even if this does not really have much effect on the history and skills can be acquired as are all the same. The story will take you to different dungeons, each area is designed uniqueley but do not have many backdrops so you will often see the same over and over again as you progress through the game. The story is fairly trivial. When you're not in a fight, you will be in the city that has the map screen, stores, inventory and skill window. The map screen allows you to travel to different locations to fight enemies. Once you are ready to venture into a dungeon and fight some enemies will be time to go to the screen underground. Here you will be able to display the menu of skills, inventory, health and mana. You'll also be able to view the type of enemy you'll be facing next. When you are ready to face the next opponent simply click the struggle and the battle will begin. The game uses a battle system automatically so you do not have control over what happens during the battle. Ultimately, Skilltree Saga is a decent game, but can have a very cliché plot and writing weak, the game can still appeal to those who are looking for something that does not require a lot of work on their part.
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