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Dragon Quest 86

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dquest.zip
Filename dquest.zip (Download)
Title Dragon Quest 86
Description ANOTHER game from Biobytes. Be amazed by this games FF series like fight gfx, or perhaps the ISOMETRIC 3D gfx (kind of) Or just sit back and enjoy the (cough!) rich storyline and complex interface! Get creative with this RPG! Greyscale: 47k: Biobytes
Author Thomas Williamson (jedivsith@yahoo.com)
Category TI-86 Assembly Games
File Size 221,173 bytes
File Date and Time Thu Mar 28 20:43:41 2002
Documentation Included? Yes
Source Code Included? Yes

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Review
Review by  Anthony Loven
Reviewed on 2004-12-20
Attention span: 10/10 I really wanted to beat this game!
Controls: 9/10 There's an item in the game that will boost your walking speed!
Implementation: 9/10 I never saw such a variety of items in a calc RPG before!
Overall: 9/10 Thomas Williamson has outdone himself here.

“Dragon Quest” is a long RPG for the calculator. Unlike other calculator RPG's, this one never really gets repetitive (except in caves sometimes) and can accommodate everyone's playing styles. Thomas put certain “relics” in the game, and by using them, the player gets some type of bonus or effect. I liked the “Super Glove,” which let me whack the enemy back whenever he hit me, and whack him again after that. The graphics were very smooth, and he rounded the map edges so it looks real. The game was very fast as well. The only downside (this is usually the case in any RPG) is that it has a low replayability factor. I played it twice, with a year in between, because it was not really different one way or the other. But this is to be expected, and the time it takes to beat this game surpasses such a downside. I recommend this game to any RPG lover, or just a person who wants to fail their classes glued to their calculator. Great job!


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ARCHIVE CONTENTS

Archive Contents
Name Size
greyscale.asm   3273
dqfight.asm   19812
dqfight.inc   3475
dqmaps.asm   44003
dqmaps.inc   50
dqmaps2.asm   44289
dqmaps2.inc   117
dqmaps3.asm   34245
dqmaps3.inc   94
dqmapsprites.asm   11532
dqmenu.asm   5053
dqsave.asm   229
dqtalk.asm   10158
dqtalk.inc   1574
DQuest.asm   6040
DQuest.inc   35456
dqcharsprites.asm   6850
gselect.asm   9595
lstat.asm   1094
LTM.asm   4956
monsterdata.asm   18111
subroutes.asm   11213
variable.asm   5533
Walkthrough.txt   1281
DQuest.86g   46956
Readme.txt   10325
overworld.GIF   128593

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