Dink Smallwood is a pig farmer who wishes to become a great warrior. The game takes you through lots of different screens, and lots of different actions and missions. The game might not be huge, but it is big enough for you to use a good many hours on completing it.
Dink Smallwood was originally a commercial game but was released as freeware 2 years later. That move gave a lot of gamers a negative attitude towards it - mostly from the ones that paid money for it back when it was commercial.
You can get lots of mods for this game, to enhance and prolong the gameplay. All these features can be found via the developer website.
HD version features re-mastered soundtrack, automatic save function, upgraded engine and control improvements.
Chroelle : I think the game is great. I spent all my gaming time on it one day, and I was home alone....So that is a lot of gametime!
I would have thoought more of it if it had gotten a better bow-handling (I used to love bows in rpgs until this) and the graphics had been better. I hate the fact that you can work UNDER logs lying on the ground, and you cannot go in between trees, even though there is a small clearing...
Also there are way too few dungeons.
But I was impressed and entertained....
Pater Alf : Following the links you seem to be right. But I checked my download file again and its size is exactly 15.3 mb. Included was the original game and one D-Mod (Mystery Island).
Chroelle : I am downloading at this very minute. I must just correct however. The download is 23 MB and a 0,5MB patch and not 15 MB.
Pater Alf : So it seems my chance to get this game on the page are not very good .
Iīm through with the game now and I have to confess that it has a poor ending . But as far as I can see, there werenīt any bugs and it was entertaining enough that I will go on with Part II.
Scythe : I never liked this game, it was very buggy, not to mention boring. Plus, I paid money for it back when it was released, and it wasn't worth 2 cents. Ok, maybe 2...
eMTe : Reminds me of Diablo (which I dislike much) and Entomorph. I played it a bit in the past, agree on the linear story and general emptiness. It's definitely rpg for beginners. Only thing I loved was music which I really enjoyed.
Pater Alf : This one is a very nice Role-Playing-Game about a young pig farmer who wants to become a hero. Grahics, music and sounds are quite good for a freeware title. Gameplay is excellant (espacially when you use a gamepad).
The whole story runs very linear and there are also not to many different monsters, weapons and magic spells, which makes the title for a good one for genre beginners. But itīs still very entertaining when you are an experiencend role-player.
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