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Reuben Quest: The Lost Mirror
Posted by Ryan on 14 November 2014, 16:28 GMT

Reuben Quest: The Lost Mirror Earlier this year, we were absolutely thrilled to see Sorunome release a fantastic remake of Reuben Quest: Ev Awakening for our z80 calcs. It looked great, played great, and had all of the markings of an expertly-developed piece. If you've played it, beat it, and couldn't stop hungering for more, fear not! The much-awaited sequel is here!

Sorunome has lovingly recaptured the charm and magic of the original RQ: The Lost Mirror in yet another stunning remake of a calculator classic. While his previous remake was done in the game-changing Axe Parser, this new work appears to have been lovingly crafted in assembly. There's honestly not too much that I can say that shouldn't be obvious already. If you loved the first Reuben Quest game, you'll love this fantastic sequel as well. Seriously, everything about it is just a blast, and it shines in every aspect that a calc game in this genre should. Play it!

Thanks to Sorunome, and all of the fine folks who recommended this title for Nomination November! We've been getting a lot of great requests, and we're doing our best to review the submissions and keep the ball rolling!

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Re: Reuben Quest: The Lost Mirror
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Hmm I think this gotta be the first TI-83+ ASM RPG release in over a decade. Good job soru :D

Reply to this comment    15 November 2014, 22:40 GMT


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Haha, thanks! ^.^

Reply to this comment    16 November 2014, 21:27 GMT

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