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About this gameA Shakespearean adventure! Watch Oceanspirit Dennis and his companions Ray and Mr. Cheeses as they stumble through the plot of Hamlet, order too much room service, and make a general mess out of Denmark. As befits the Oceanspirit Dennis series, there are lots of combat scenes with a special rune engine, and as befits a Shakespearean tragedy, most of the cast dies like mayflies. With dialogue written by The Bard himself, how can you resist a game like this? Featuring high resolution graphics; innovative combat system; lots of Shakepeare quotes and a cute mouse.
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However, the combat system is very frustrating. Patterns that don't match the diagrams work, for some reason. The opponents cast multiple 'runes' at the same time and can heal themselves almost instantly.
I got through the first couple of battles but the next one was just too difficult and I gave up.
This game could be fun if it were re-worked. It needs better dialogue, a new combat system and even though I didn't finish it, I suspect it could use better puzzles.