Meltys Quest

Princess Meltys spent all her life fooling around while living in the lap of luxury. One day the dastardly Grolido Monster Empire upsets her way of life. Now she sets out on a passionate journey to save the world, but what pit stops will...

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Review: Artexjays Review

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The Story is well made and planned nicely, An ancient Kingdom is attacked by monsters that had been driven underground and sealed for centuries only for the seal to be broken and for them to escape. You as a princess must embark on a quest to save your kingdom. Unfortunately the pacing is a bit slow and takes time to grind in order to level up or to complete a certain quest or get a certain item. The characters are all good, they are of course mostly in revealing clothes and showing off their skin, yet they still show their history which gives depth to the characters and makes you see how they are. I'd say the story is very original have not heard of a story like that ever and it's very interesting to play making you wonder what will happen next. The game is quite linear but it is easy to get sidetracked by sidequests or by trying to grind a stat up high enough. Length is great. It's neither too long nor too short. Perfect to play and have fun with and experience the story.

The artwork is well done although the environment is in it's default RPG maker fashion despite all that though the game still manages to show a good level of polish and cleanliness. The music is on point. I had to extract the soundtrack just so i could listen to it separately. Sound FX are great, but use the default sounds that come with RPG maker games. They are not annoying and blends well with the music and what's happening on screen.

The game was made from an RPG maker game design. Thus it has simplified mechanics using wasd on the keyboard and space/enter key to continue or to choose a certain choice.
The game has an average replayability for me at least, upon finishing the game I had no urge to either restart the game or want a sequel. But one can certainly replay it has there are two modes of playing, Kogal mode or True Princess mode, in either mode you can either choose to fight or to allow the enemies to abuse your character. Which will yield different endings.

Score Breakdown

Story- 9
Pacing- 7
Characters- 8
Originality- 9
Linearity- 8
Length- 10
Total Plot = 85%

Visuals- 8
Music- 10
Sound FX- 8
Total Presentation =87%

Ease of Use- 10
Replayability- 6
Total Mechanics = 80%

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