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Shai-la of the Sith
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|Short game||Can be completed within 30 minutes|
|Medium length game||Takes at least 30 mins to finish|
|Full length game||As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic|
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|Non-adventure game||Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!|
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About this game"Star Wars" fan game. Shai-la of the Sith is a young girl who worked in the first Death Star construction during the Imperial era... until the Dark Lord of the Siths, Darth Vader, detected her because of the Force he felt in her. She then became his apprentice and discovered her new life and new powers. Take control of Shai-la during several missions on different planets, and live the two trilogys events through her eyes! This game is fully playable with keyboard. All my games are available at http://marionpoinsot.fr
AGS Awards Wins
Won, Best Non Adventure Game 2009
AGS Awards Nominations
Nominated, Best Programming in a Non Adventure 2009
AGS Panel Review
"A very interesting and often fun take on the Star Wars universe, complete with combat and some rudimentary puzzle solving. Unfortunately, some of the events required to move the story forward are obscure, some of the ripped graphics do not mesh well together, and the combat can become repetitive, though none of this should keep fans of Star Wars and creative adventure games from giving this a try."
6 people commented on this game (newest first):
-It has at least one show stopping bug that prevented me from finishing.
-English translation needs work.
-Grinding through enemies was tedious (too many credits needed to advance quests).
+Art was good
+Story was pretty good, but I didn't get to finish due to a bug in the Colosseum on Geonosis
The English translations could use some work too, but the main idea is conveyed appropriately most of the time and is not confusing. I suggest finding a native English speaker who also speaks French to collaborate with you on the translations (as a linguist I would suggest this 2 person method for any translation).
2 Bugs I have found:
-The enemy's sprite fails to spawn in the Sith Temple if you leave (including getting killed) and then go back in. The combat still works, but there is no graphic for your opponent.
-In the gladiator ring on Geonosis the second/third opponent doesn't load after the screen transition, making you stuck in the arena. For me this happened only after defeating all monsters the first time.
I have not played the game all the way through because this last bug stopped me in my tracks, but I would finish it if it gets fixed, I want to know how the story ends. :
Poor Stormtroopers - it really never did get old.
The combats are kind of boring, because you have no real option or strategy. But since I wanted to know how the story contiues, I kept on fighting and had a good time playing it.