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The Griffon Legend

Description: RPG style game of the SNES/GENESIS era.
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Size: 9Mb
Version: C
Date: 26 Nov 20
Author: Daniel "Syn9" Kennedy, Dmitry Smagin
Submitter: cavemann
Category: game/roleplaying
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 2235
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The Griffon Legend 
 by - Syn9 - - syn9()

 by syn9

music/sound effects
 by David Turner

beta testing and gameplay design help provided
 by Deleter, Cha0s, Aether Fox, and Kiz

here are the controls
 arrows - move
 ctrl   - attack/use item/cast spell
 esc    - main menu
 L-alt  - item menu

during gameplay you can see up to 3 bars below your character. the top is
health, the next is attack strength (let it charge to hit harder) and
then spell strangth (same as attack). when you learn new spells you will
see their icons in the bottom right corner with a meter below them to
show them charging.  when the meter turns orange they are ready for use.

you can edit the config.ini to change the display settings, if you cant
get to the options menu.

if you are having slowdown problems, or video card issues, try changing
either of these lines in the config.ini from YES to NO.

at the time of release i have been having a problem with the music, it
gets distorted then goes back to normal, and as of yet i havent been
able to fix it, so im releasing the game w/ the bug.  if i am able to
fix it, i'll post a link on my site.

special thanks to pete for writing the article on the game, that was
awsome!  as well as all the beta testers for putting so much time into
making the game fun. and everyone who has kept up with the game waiting
for it to be released, i am very honoured that so many people were
looking forward to this game.

i really hope everyone who plays this game enjoys it.  ive tried to
get as much criticism as i can to make sure it is wellrounded and
incorporates all the necessities for a game of this style.  also any
comments or criticism is always welcome at the forums!

thank you for taking time to read this, and enjoy the game!

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