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Sinaria RPG

Game Categories:

Civ Builder, Clicker, Idler, RPG

Game Platforms:

Flash

Development Status:

Abandoned

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Game Description

I don't no much about the game as I didn't play it too long. It seems a little slow but when more developement has been done it may turn into a great game. You start being a part of a civilization and there are currently two people in there that tell you what you can do (kill goblins, mine, collect bones, upgrade cauldren). There are bosses and eventually you control your own kingdom. I didn't have the audio on that long but it seems like they have some good music.

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