I was looking forward to this game so much...
It's a cool concept. A little bit of RPG, a little bit of city builder. In a more refined version, where turning your buildings actually works and you don't select a Library and drop a bench, the game would have a MUCH greater appeal.
What other bugs do you notice?
The game in regular speed moves too quickly. I usually get impatient with this sort of game, but this moves at such a break-neck pace that you literally can't keep up that it's pointless to even try. Pacing really needs work.
Things that need work in general.
Really, pretty much everything. This shouldn't be available to purchase. Now, don't get me wrong, if this worked it would totally be worth the cost. The soundtrack is terrible. I mean, beyond my normal gripe on soundtracks, this soundtrack is absolutely terrible.
Things I liked...
Graphically, this reminds me of eBoy artwork, whom I really love. So, the graphical style of everything is very cool. The problem is that when you try to place things, you simply can't. It ruins the visuals, because what you intend to build is often not what ends up dropping out of the sky with a violent thud.
The system for leveling heroes is pretty much perfect. If your heroes didn't just disappear altogether, every now and then, I would have no complaints about this.
I like the menu system. The game is not hard to navigate, you can get where you need to be fairly simply. However, once you're there, whatever you select will inevitably guide you into ruin unintentionally via problems with the actual game itself.
I want to love this game, and I think if it had more meaningful bug fixes, I could deal with some of the drawbacks. The game is more fun to play on mute than with even just sound effects. This is a REALLY in between game for me, because I can see exactly where the developer wants to go and I like it, but at this point it just, simply, does not work.
4/10 - It's just too early. However, I'm recommending it, because I would REALLY like to see a later version of this game.