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Submitted by Wiiloveit 718d ago | review

Review: Evoland (DarkZero)

"Evoland started off as a small concept game built in only 48 hours by just one person for the Ludum Dare competition. After winning the competition out of 1,400 other games, Evoland attracted quite a crowd and, due to the great reception and positive feedback from fans, was developed into a full title that was recently greenlit on Steam. The original concept that won Ludum Dare #24 is still available to play from Shiro Games’ website and basically acts as a small demo for the real game, as it starts off very similarly and introduces the idea behind Evoland. Acting as a playable guide through the history of RPGs, Evoland is constantly changing and updating as users progress, with each new enhancement showing how RPGs have evolved over the years." (DarkZero) (Evoland, PC) 7/10

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