Eart - The game where no one can cheat

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~~~Try the Beta of Eart!~~~ Gamejolt.com

-Concept-

The development of this game is born with a simple but difficult concept to put in practice: preventing players from cheating. You can try it if you want, but I will not recommend it: Eart is a game where you can not go back ...

 

 

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A boy wakes up in a mysterious forest, with no memory of who and where he is. At the beginning, everything seems quiet, but soon he will realise he’s not alone…

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-Freedom to explore!
-Diary that recounts events
-Random encounters like an rpg
-Skill-based combat system
-So many secrets to be discovered...

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The mention of bullet hell intrigued me. How does it affect the gameplay ? As for random encounters know that some players like me hate them. That's why I was never able to play a Final Fantasy title for too long beside the VI ! They're soOo annoying. Also you should post a screenshot of the actual game but at least the illustrations introduce us to its universe. Note that I noticed something so I recommend other viewers to pay attention. Good luck with the beta !

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35 minutes ago, gdjm said:

The mention of bullet hell intrigued me. How does it affect the gameplay ? As for random encounters know that some players like me hate them. That's why I was never able to play a Final Fantasy title for too long beside the VI ! They're soOo annoying. Also you should post a screenshot of the actual game but at least the illustrations introduce us to its universe. Note that I noticed something so I recommend other viewers to pay attention. Good luck with the beta !

Thanks for the feedback. I've just updated the topic with many screenshots taken directly from the game. If you will try the beta, let me know what do you think!

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