Minions Of Mirth Examined
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PC Gamezone recently posted a new review of Prairie Games' fantasy RPG Minions of Mirth. The frequently updated game engine features single player, multiplayer, and customized persistent world modes, allowing for both solo and massively multiplayer action. PC Gamezone gave Minions of Mirth 7 out 10.
As for the upside of the game, there are several things working in it's favor. Like the scaled-down version of real time. Looking to the sky you can see the weather change and the day turn into night, which allows for some unique gaming. Often areas in the day time have people walking around or weaker monsters, but when night falls, the more sinister creatures come out and play, and if you aren't careful, you could end your adventuring prematurely. Which will cost you. When you die (not if) you will be restarted near the game's initial starting point minus some experience. Experience is a valuable commodity and even if one of your characters dies they can be brought back to life at a cost of experience. Seems that anytime death is involved, you will lose some.The full review can be found at the site listed below.
PC Gamezone: Minions of Mirth Reviewed
Minions of Mirth
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