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    Haxima is good old school (Ultima 5 like) top down 2D single player turn based RPG. If you played Ultima 5 and liked it , you feel right at home in this one too.

    Posted 12/08/2014
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    I finished the game. At last. The fight with the red female mage and her ogre can be evaded if a tablet is stolen from the thief instead of just asking.

    Posted 04/01/2014
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    As a big fan of the Ultima games and a wannabe game developer, I'd call Nazghul a dream come true. It comes with a full game, Haxima, which brings back nostalgic memories of Ultima IV or V--only this time with more modern enhancements, such as a log to keep track of quests and some fancier graphics. And besides that, if you don't like the way the game runs, you can design your own game in a fairly uncomplicated scripting language and run it with the same program. Thumbs up to the Nazghul team, and keep up the good work!

    Posted 08/26/2013

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