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Submitted by Parable 776d ago | review

Parable: Knights of Pen and Paper Review

"Although this is an clever and quirky game, with well spaced levelling and diverse classes to play, it does get repetitive fairly quickly. Having to kill off 10 elite spirit monsters in a quest, but letting you only put one in each fight means that your characters attacks get old quickly. It even gets to a point where fights may become ‘scripted’, doing the same attacks in order to maximise damage and reduce damage taken. However even with its shortcomings, it is an addictive game, and will keep you questing ’til the ‘low battery’ sign flashes on your iOS device." (Knights of Pen & Paper, Mobile) 7/10

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