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Edit! I just noticed the save game option.


It can be real pain to browse through rooms (The minimap is generally a bit too small, and you can't, as far as I know, look at anything in the previous levels). A map working kind of like resotre does in DROD, but where you can see the current status of every room you've been in would be nice.


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09-13-2008 at 01:45 PM
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Now that I've played through a couple of Architecture holds, and should give feedback I really miss the restore screen of normal DROD. It was an easy way to look at the layout room for room, which feels even more importantly in DROD RPG. When feedback should be given that kind of overview is valuble. I sugest some kind of "Rooms I have visited at some point ever" map overview, level for level, that works kind of like the restore of normal DROD, but without the restore function. This could alternativly be an extra function for the restore screen itself. Maybe an "examine hold mode". Or perhaps some kind of ingame function...
09-24-2008 at 10:26 AM
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