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Submitted by mammothmanor 720d ago | news

Analyzing A Valley Without Wind's Further Transformation From 1.1 to 1.2

Arcen Games: "It really hasn't been all that long since my reflections on the changes from 1.0 to 1.1, and yet already we're to another major turning point for the game. Version 1.2 represents three huge steps forward for the game, despite the fact that the 1.2 release notes aren't as fantastically long as the prior ones were.

This time around we didn't add any new enemies. No new missions -- we didn't even tweak any missions. Not a single new spell or new enchantment. In fact, all the stuff that made 1.1 such a huge step forward for the game is absent here -- and yet this new version is arguably a much more substantial evolution of the game." (A Valley Without Wind, PC)

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