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SharkDrag Episode 5: Uniting the 5 Kingdoms

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Update Notes

Future plans for the game include; more side quests, more puzzles, an alternative outcome for most bosses, and an alternative game ending.

About the GameIn episode 5 we join our hero, Roy, as he learns of the upcoming return of the infamous beast known as SharkDrag. New friends join the party as he works to shut down portals that have popped up throughout the connected kingdoms and slow the invasion of monsters plaguing the citizens. Tensions between the different kingdoms have only divided the land. To have any chance of survival against the great beast and his vast armies, they must fight back as one. Peace must be established once more. They must prepare, but can they do so in time? Will Roy's words of warning fall flat on stubborn old kings?


It's an old school pixel-styled roleplaying game made by a husband and wife team of two using RPGMaker VX Ace.

Explore the map in third person, fighting (or fleeing) any monsters that pop up during your travels. Battles are fought in first person, against custom drawn monsters.

Gather a party as you go through the main storyline and find sacred gear as you complete quests.

Mainly played via keyboard.

This "Episode 5" is the first of the series to be released, with many more planned for the future.

The game contains religious content in a positive setting found mainly through exploration.


A future update (2.0) to this game we plan on coming out with more puzzles, boss monsters with alternative outcomes, and village home raiding will be a choice and have an effect on morality which in turn will affect the ending.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

A short, yet humorous rpg maker game. There were some areas that were inaccessible due to the game not being updated yet to 2.0, but overall it was an enjoyable experience. Hopefully the dev can update the game to 2.0 someday.

Review from Steam

So far I've played the first area and I like it a lot. The art design of each character is unique and well done as well as the caves and dungeons. This plays like a classic RPG and does not hold your hand when it comes combat. Saving often helped me get through the mines in the first area with out too much back tracking and lots of heal ups.
Also in this game you will find a funny messages through out the many book shelf's. I cant wait to see what else is in store for Roy as he adventures further into these monster infested lands.

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