Erkunden Sie eine gewaltige Spielwelt, in der fast ein Dutzend Dungeons darauf warten, von Ihnen erforscht zu werden.
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Veröffentlichung: 30. Jan. 2012

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"Oldschool 2D-Action JRPG. Nice story, challenging complex hit & block combat, some puzzles, no handholding, no free saving - for veterans only!"

Über dieses Spiel

Elementarsteine: Steine, geladen mit der Macht eines elementaren Geistes, die es dem Besitzer ermöglichen, dessen Element mithilfe von "Magie" zu kontrollieren.

Drei Jahrhunderte sind vergangen seitdem die Elementarsteine im Land Scotsholm erschaffen wurden. Sie werden mittlerweile in Massen angefertigt und sind weit verbreitet, wodurch Magie zu einem persönlichen und alltäglichen Teil des Lebens wurde.

In diesem Land lebt ein energiereiches kleines Mädchen namens Arche. Arche besucht, nachdem sie mit ihrer Familie in ihr neues Zuhause in der Stadt Tonkiness umgezogen ist, die einzige Schule in der Gegend. Diese Schule ist die Minasa-Ratis Schule der Magie. Und genau dort könnte Arche etwas Atemberaubendes über Elementarsteine herausfinden... und über sich selbst.


  • Entdecken Sie eine riesige Spielwelt - fast ein Dutzend Dungeons zum Erforschen und mehr als 25 Stunden Spielzeit mit allerlei Extrainhalten!
  • Wunderschöne, detailreiche 2D Sprite Hintergründe und Animationen - so wie bei den besten 16-bit Spielen, die Sie nie spielen konnten!
  • Klassische Plattformer-RPG Action im Stil von einigen wahren Größen von damals!
  • Bestehen Sie die Herausforderungen, die sich Ihnen stellen mithilfe intelligenter KI Begleitern - Sie können sie ihren freien Willen lassen oder deren Verhalten bestimmen - ganz so, wie Sie es wollen!
  • Fesselnde, hochqualitative Musik und Soundkulisse!
  • Vollständige Unterstützung von Xinput Controllern, inklusive dem XBox 360 Controller, sowie Tastaturen!



    • Betriebssystem:Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Prozessor:Pentium III 1.0GHz
    • Speicher:384 MB RAM
    • Grafik:DirectX 8 oder höher kompatible Grafikkarte
    • DirectX®:dx80
    • Festplatte:250 MB Festplattenspeicher
    • Sound:DirectX 8-kompatible Soundkarte


    • Betriebssystem:Windows 7
    • Prozessor:Pentium IV 2.4GHz
    • Speicher:512 MB RAM
    • Grafik:DirectX 8 oder höher kompatible Grafikkarte
    • DirectX®:dx90
    • Festplatte:250 MB Festplattenspeicher
    • Sound:DirectX 8-kompatible Soundkarte
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10 von 11 Personen (91%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
42.0 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13. Juni
Very Classy RPG
- this game reminds me of YS with the maximum level,
- the combat system is hard but amazing,
- the story is actually cool like most animes,
- you can switch through 3 playable characters
- stage designs gives you a retro feel
I give this game a 8.5 out of 10
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9 von 10 Personen (90%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
23.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. März
Fortune Summoners is a side-scrolling/platformer/puzzle/hack'n'slash/JRPG. Many people have likened it to Dark Souls, however I have never played Dark Souls so I wouldn't know. All I know is that I really fell in love with this game, and it broke my heart. Allow me to explain.

The story starts a young girl named Arche whose family has just moved into a new town, and she has enrolled in the local magic school. From there she and her two new friends embark on adventures around the countryside, exploring caves, helping people and such. There is more to the story, but I shan't spoil it for you.

Before I talk about anything else, I must address (as just about every review does) the controls. They aren't the easiest to learn and master, but it is possible if you just practice. One should definitely not expect to have mastered them without putting in at least an hour practicing against some basic enemies - you won't be able to beat this game by simply spamming the attack button - but I whole heartedly encourage anyone who likes a challenge to keep at it. The sense of accomplishment is well worth it.
I should emphasise that THIS GAME IS CHALLENGING - do not let it's happy-go-lucky illustrations and music fool you. The vast majority of negative reviews simply slate the controls. I can only assume those players didn't know what they were getting into and just gave up without taking the time to get to grips with the controls. Coupled with the surprisingly fiendish AI it will take some time to master.

Now, I have completed this game and from start to finish I was charmed by the characters, the simplistic yet elegeant storyline, the pleasant and atmospheric music, and the challenge that the game itself presented. You remember all those games you played as a kid, you know, those ones 'that you never managed to beat'? This is what this game was to me. It gave me a sense of nostalgia even though I'd never played it before, and a sense of longing for that time when you're just a child playing your first RPG for the first time, and everything is so whimsical and fascinating.

Sadly, this story does have a sad ending, hence my broken heart.

Just as I was thinking that the game was about to explode into a larger world ripe for the exploring, it ended, and I was presented with the classic 'To Be Continued' message. Undeterred I sought out any sign of a sequel, and unfortunately Lizsoft - the studio that made the game - has since stopped operating.
In conclusion, there will be no sequel. EVER.
The three girls will never get to finish the grand adventure that only just seemed to be starting when the game came to an end, and that is how this game broke my heart.

Nevertheless, I fully recommend this game to anyone who wants to experience that retro-like challenge combined with a simple yet engaging storyline. This game really did make me feel like a kid again, and I can't say that about many games.

Just be prepared for the gut-wrenching lack of closure at the end.
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5 von 7 Personen (71%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
24.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. Juni
Still fooling around with the controls, they're plenty fluid alright and a bit complex too. I say it's pretty darn neat though that's not why I'm gonna recommend this game.

Less than 5 minutes in the game they ask you to go to a blacksmith. You can also search through this manly man's shop and find underwear then claim it for your own.

30/10 would steal undies again
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3 von 4 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
55.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 4. April
While this game has a lot in common with the other works localized by Carpe Fulgur, it is miles behind even the level of polish on EasyGameStation titles. I recommend the game overall, but be warned that it aggravates on multiple levels. Don't pick it up if you're not willing to tolerate the cons below.

Having said that, the characters were memorable enough that I think back on it fondly.

+ It really is just as adorable as it looks.
+ The combat is more involved than the mindless hack and slash in a lot of Recettear.
+ The animation has some cute details, like the way Sana transitions from a run to a slide-crouch.
+ The soundtrack is fun! I particularly enjoy how it reacts dynamically to the aggregate difficulty of combat.
+ While not particularly novel, the characters are robust enough to get attached to.

- It really _is_ as adorable as it looks. If you're not okay with anime twee, it might be too much for you.
- While more involved than Recettear, the combat is pretty slippery. There is more momentum in platforming and combat than in something like Mario or Super Meat Boy. Whether this is a valid design decision or not, I found the adjustment period unpleasant.
- The character system is a little shallow, as with many traditional JRPGs. All weapons and armor are direct upgrades, and only accessories allow for any variance. The maximum character level is 20.
- Some of the better parts of the combat aren't unlocked until about 3/4 through the game. The "Full Moon" air attack is perfect for dealing with bee-type enemies, but you get it around level 17 out of 20.
- Enemy variety is very low. Palette-swap-city.
- My biggest problem: the story is unfinished! It perfectly sets up a sequel, but the (indie) developer quit the game business! I actually find myself wanting to know more about the world, but this is all we will ever know about Arche Plumfield.

? Block more. Seriously. Especially with those bees. Just block until they fly at you with their stupid pollen, then do the up attack.
? Your downward stab attack is unblockable. It's also one of the few weapon attacks that mushrooms won't punish you for.
? Watch a youtube walkthrough for the block puzzle in the wizard's tower. The lever on the left side of the room snaps the blocks into the grid.
? You can lift most enemies off the ground with your up attack. A useful string for me was: jump attack, standing attack to up attack, juggle with standard attack to wide slash.
? Play it with a friend or romantic partner. I probably would have quit halfway through if I didn't have someone cuddly cooing over the girls' character developments.
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1 von 2 Personen (50%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
5.3 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15. April
This little gem is a very cute adventure coming of age story. It is centred around little girls and otherwise has a number of similarities to Dark Souls. No, I am not kidding. The bosses and enemies will challenge you, and it will require you to think on your feet, plan ahead and sometimes run for your life.

If only you could run fast enough. Poor little girl...
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