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Micro Mages is an homage to NES-era platformers. Being a homebrew NES game itself, it was made completely from scratch. We carefully distilled the spirit of the best games in the system's library, all the while drawing inspiration from the modern and putting our own spin on things, creating an experience like no other on the NES. We have been working meticulously for the past two years to bring you an experience on-par with commercial releases of the era. Micro Mages is in no way affiliated, endorsed or licensed by Nintendo.
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This game has single handily given me a really bad addiction really quick... its sooooooo good.Played the first 7 levels of the demo and after the mechanics started to click with me paid for the full game becuase I knew this was going to be my new time waster on my phone :3I love the dice mechanics, I love the way you level up and the way items can effect the dice and the ability's they offer you.and love that if I'm in the middle of a roll and I need to close it to do something else. it will pick back up with the dice roll you made when you reopen the game and continue.this game seems stunningly simple, yet it's very deeply complex. :3
I enjoyed the free version a lot so I bought the full version and enjoyed it even more! The game is casually addictive and random in a good way. Various game modes and challenges are very entertaining.
Have had a bug on mac twice now where upon crashing it fully wipes all my data and starts me on a blank acct : / Tann is there a built in shortcut to unlock all items/chars? (found it) Love the game to death, ty
Sorry if this has been resolved elsewhere on this forum, but after downloading the Windows version, I am unable to launch it. I have extracted files using WinRAR and try to launch normally and as administrator and the application/.exe file never launches. Any tips?
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Advertised as a return to the world of Strangereal, the single-player campaign takes place in 2019. The player character is Trigger, an Osean Air Defense Force pilot fighting against the Kingdom of Erusea during the Lighthouse War. After Trigger supposedly commits a heinous crime during a mission, he is sent to a military penal unit known as Spare Squadron. The game's cutscenes follow Osean flight mechanic Avril Mead, EASA researcher Dr. Schroeder, and other characters in the war. Three additional missions available as downloadable content take place in the middle of the war; they feature a small additional self-contained storyline following Osean analyst David North as he tracks the case of the Erusean super-submarine Alicorn and its captain, Matias Torres.
The game features a large amount of downloadable content, including nineteen playable aircraft and three additional missions. In April 2022, Bandai Namco announced the downloadable content pack in collaboration with Paramount to promote the film Top Gun: Maverick, which was released on May 26, 2022.
All pre-orders for Xbox One copies of Ace Combat 7 included a digital download of Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation. Ace Combat 6 was also added to Xbox One's backward compatibility program, allowing Xbox One users to play the game without the need for an Xbox 360.[note 1]
Ace Combat 7 entered full development by November 2015. Bandai Namco scheduled a trailer to debut during PlayStation Experience 2015. Project Aces added data to Infinity in advance for a celebratory event after the trailer aired. Japanese players discovered this data by November 19 and leaked its existence online. On December 5, the trailer aired at the tail end of PlayStation Experience's VR segment. They only announced the game for PS4, and confirmed it would support PlayStation VR. By this point, Ace Combat 7 was 20% complete, and details began to emerge on the importance of clouds. The game's subtitle, or even if there would be one, was not confirmed.
On November 23, 2016, PlayStation announced that Ace Combat 7 would be playable at PSX next month. Kono thought the appearance was a secret and expressed surprise at the announcement. Project Aces confirmed the demo would be on PS VR and tweeted a cropped photo of the F/A-18F's cockpit in VR. On December 3, the game's first story trailer aired near the start of the PSX presentation. The official YouTube uploads of the trailer confirmed the game would release in 2017. A leak from Gematsu confirmed the game's full title would be Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown. Masahide Kito, the radio script writer for Ace Combat 04, announced he will return for Ace Combat 7.
Bandai Namco revealed an extended version of the PSX trailer on January 26. This coincided with an announcement of the game's full title, as well as Xbox One and Steam ports. The press release also mentioned 2-player local multiplayer, which was later disproven, and it reiterated that VR would remain exclusive to PlayStation. On May 20 Bandai Namco Entertainment Korea announced Korean localisation for a number of games, including Ace Combat 7.
Ace Combat 7 had a strong sales performance upon release. In Japan, the game sold over 200,000 physical console copies in the first week of release, surpassing Ace Combat: Assault Horizon which sold 170,000 physical console copies in its first week. About 1% (2,000) of the Ace Combat 7 copies were on Xbox One, placing the Xbox One version of the game on Japan's best-selling charts, a very rare event for Xbox One games in Japan. Famitsu estimates that 220,195 copies of the physical PS4 version were sold in Japan throughout 2019. 80,096 digital copies of the PS4 version were sold in Japan by February 27, totaling around 300,000 PS4 copies sold in Japan in 2019, excluding digital sales from March through December.
In the United Kingdom, the physical console versions of Ace Combat 7 set a new record for an Ace Combat debut in the UK and earned second-place in that week's sales. 76% of these sales were on the PlayStation 4. The game received similar performance in Australia and New Zealand. On January 28, Europe's Game Sales Data charts were updated to prioritize value over units sold. Ace Combat 7 reached the first-place spot in the newly-updated charts across all of Europe.
The digital PC version of Ace Combat 7 made enough revenue in the first few days of release to reach 5th place in Steam's top selling games (based on recent revenue). The Deluxe Edition was just below, at 6th place. As of June 2021, SteamSpy estimates that at least 500,000 worldwide Steam users own the PC version of the game.
OpenCritic holds an aggregate score of 81/100 for all three platforms. The site summarizes Ace Combat 7 as having refined gameplay and smooth controls but hampered by a complicated narrative, though it explains that it's "just another reason why this is a return to form." Jason Rodriguez for PC Invasion rated the PC version 4.5/5, praising the core gameplay and presentation while finding the story "tacked on, with unnecessary twists and uninspiring characters." Rodriguez also found the missions to be linear and repetitive, a view that Ollie Barder for Forbes disagreed with, finding "a lot of variety" across the game's 20 missions. Barder rated the PS4 version 9/10, but mentioned he "found the Japanese audio coupled with English subtitles a more compelling way to appreciate the story". A French Naval Aviation consultant, Pierre-Henri "Ate" Chuet, was impressed with the game's portrayal of detailed briefings and the accuracy of the Rafale M, his former aircraft. TheGamer's Sean Murray praised Ace Combat 7 for focusing on a robust single-player experience and avoiding the pitfalls of microtransactions and live services. Gameranx's Kevin Thielenhaus singled out "Daredevil" as one of the best original gaming tracks in 2019.
Mike Epstein for IGN rated the PS4 and Xbox One versions 7/10, criticizing the game for lacking tutorials (in fact, tutorials are presented during the first two missions), not updating the controls, and not explaining mission objectives. Kazutoki Kono expressed disappointment at IGN for not using the "expert" control scheme, commenters ridiculed Epstein's review for poorly representing the game, and Chuet instead found the objectives well-explained in the briefings and dialogue. Blaine Smith for GamersHeroes and Ben Wilson for Gameplanet Australia both rated the PS4 version 6/10, viewing the classic gameplay as more of a detriment than other reviewers did.
Our unique combat system has been praised by the enthusiasts of both turn-based and action games. Players plan their movements at the same time and have only 10 seconds to do so. When creating your character, you have 7 classes to choose from: barbarian, archer, sheed, druid, voodoo shaman, fire mage or knight. Each of them uses their own set of unique abilities. When playing by yourself, you will certainly experience the tactical depth of our combat system, while playing with others will let you fully appreciate various relationships between classes and unique combinations.
The expansion is fully localized (texts + voiceovers) to English, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, German and French. The text-only localization is available for: Spanish, LATAM-Spanish, Italian, Portuguese-Brazilian, Korean and Japanese. Please note that in-game cutscenes are available in English only. 041b061a72