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A super-funny RPG dungeon crawling game with four heroes as main characters whose goal is to clear the dungeons underneath King’s castle from the evil, undead skeletons. Or, wait… maybe there’s something more lurking in the darkness?
In general, you can use the mouse to do everything: select your party member, select the tile you'd like to move them to, and select a skill. If it's a skill that has a target, select a target. Repeat three more times, then click end turn to give the enemies a go. It's straightforward, but it can be a little tedious, so the first trick is to speed up your character's movement by clicking again after choosing a tile for them to walk to. You'll also want to use hotkeys [1, 2, 3 etc] for quick skill selection and [shift] to switch between players. Lastly, you can scroll around the game window either with [WASD] or by holding down [spacebar] and dragging the window with the mouse. Once you've killed a lot of dudes, you'll receive a notice that you've leveled up, and you can spend points on improving your party so as to kill more dudes. It is the circle of dude-killing.
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Flagstaff Chapter 3 - As Attila the Pun's underground lair self-destructs, the heroes flee into the nearby Cave of Ice.
Epic Battle Fantasy 5 - Epic Battle Fantasy 5 is an over-the-top turn-based RPG adventure, full of video game references, juvenile dialogue, and anime fanservice (...and also strategic combat, monster catching, and tons of treasure hunting - if you're into any of those.)
Kingdom Rush: Frontiers.
Flagstaff Chapter 2 - Your team is already in the dungeon and you have plenty of upgrade points to spare. Build your skills and be aware of your enemies.
Flagstaff Chapter 4 - The turn-based adventures continue in the fourth installment of Flagstaff. Like the previous chapters, you control the actions of five characters as they face various enemies. Each character is allowed to move a certain number spaces and can only use an ability once per turn.