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Renowned Explorers is a strategy adventure game. Assemble your team and use their beauty, brains or brawn to resolve any encounters they come across during their expeditions. Become famous by discovering the most prestigious treasures in a fictitious 19th century!
Renowned Explorers is a refreshingly different game. Here it is a matter of visiting 5 areas and discovering as much as possible in order to finally be chosen as the most glorious discoverer. The great strength of the game is the variety. Each of the...
2-3h long rounds are different, so the game offers a lot of replay value. It starts with the selection of the crew. Each crew member has different characteristics and skills. For example, Harry is a 'Rogue' and/or 'Beguiler' and can act as a rogue (sneaking, picking locks, etc.) and talk to people, but not do tasks that require a muscleman. At the same time, he has a 3-range pistol, which makes him more of an 'aggressive. ' Team predestined. The fighting system is complex and full of humor. For example, if Harry fires his gun at a peaceful villager, he has an advantage. However, aggressive groups are susceptible to provocation. Provocative groups have it again hard against friendly opponents. And then there are effects when groups of the same mind meet (e. g. insulting duel with monkeys). Who in 'fight' then all at once instead of friendly words punches the other in the face, is then fast 'aggressive'. So, you can use the fighting system to your advantage. Sounds terribly complicated but plays itself simply. The fights are only part of the game. If you like, you can just avoid many fights.
It shows you what you can expect (roughly) when you travel in a certain field. For example, on a field is a combat symbol and a research symbol. So, if you're just looking for gold, you'd better send your heroes somewhere else. Here, too, a change of pace should be mentioned. The areas you travel are largely randomly generated, which is why you will find a new treasure on the Caribbean island the fourth time. br>
Overall, the game is always good for one round. At some point you realize that you have spent much more time here than in many a full price game. And you don't regret it for a single second when you plunder whole islands, make friends with highlanders or make a giant monkey sad until you can lock him up.
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