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Perilar

Perilar is a fast, simple computer role-playing game (CRPG) with an epic quest. In it, you cross a vast monster-infested wilderness to the dungeons to recover ancient weapons and artifacts, and then proceed to the dragons' lairs. Perilar's easy-to-use interface can be picked up in moments. You can choose whether your game pace will be slow and steady, require faster thinking, nightmarishly fast button-mashing, or turn-by-turn tactical consideration. A realistically-sized pack forces you to plan your expeditions carefully, but without tedious weight management.

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  •  27 Feb 2006 10:18

    Release Notes: A world map is available for purchase. Help and historical background were written. Trees may be chopped down to clear paths. Onscreen statistics were added. The terrain now flows smoothly into neighboring sectors. A high score listing was added. A native Mac OS X installation and application bundle are available, but the program still runs as a standalone jar on other platforms. The custom file selector now actually works. Loading and saving are done by character name.

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    23 Jan 2009 02:53 kamikazemark

    Re: No longer free.


    > You can get a demo version for free,

    > where you can't complete the main quest.

    > But the full game co$t$ now.

    Ah, this is not quite correct. JPerilar, the Java desktop version, is what

    was described in this project, and is still free.

    The iPhone game (similar but improved gameplay, more stuff in the

    world) is $5, with a free Lite demo version.

    I'll update the links to point to the Java version.

    Thanks!

    22 Jan 2009 04:32 zabeeble

    No longer free.
    You can get a demo version for free, where you can't complete the main quest. But the full game co$t$ now.

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