Evoland Screenshots

User Screenshots

Windows version

Main title and menu.
Game start - A depressing limited and colorless start, with apparently only one direction to move. The 'right' direction/key.
Opening chests will unlock new features. Now full 2D graphics and movement has been unlocked!
Recently unlocked sound effects, smooth scrolling, and now and item - the sword. Which means license to whack stuff.
A previous chest unlocks monsters (which inadvertently killed my character whilst contributing this screenshot).
The sword now provides the ability to cut through bushes to gain access to areas previously inaccessible.
Another previously opened chest unlocked the save point. Definitely changed the evolution of gaming.
Finally, a chest that unlocks a 16 color display! Now this finally feels like Legend of Zelda.
Well, that was quick. Now the jump from 16 colors to 256 color display.
Just unlocked free movement and 'signs', which is often used in classic RPGs to indicate a dead end.
Perhaps the first tough enemy encounter, a statue brought to life when attacked...bearing a shield making it immune from frontal attacks.
Unlocked basic inventory. Basic is perhaps an understatement.
Travelling overland and unlocking turn-based combat. Welcome to Japanese role-playing games!
Victory! That reward money suspiciously looks the 'gils' currency in Final Fantasy games.
Unlocked Mode 7, a somewhat popular display for SNES video games.
Unlocked a village that popped out of nowhere and NPCs (non-player characters) which as usual have nothing useful to say.
Now ability to enter houses and innkeepers have been unlocked. Perhaps they should've changed the tagline title to 'history of Japanese role-playing games?'
Jumping down well. Rumor has it (from another child), a magic seed that can grow into children into adults instantly.
A shop. Previously inaccessible for children due to regulations from the National Sword Association. The resemblance to Final Fantasy games here is a bit too obvious.
Saving someone from monsters. Looks like she's going to be a new party member.
Finally get to enter the name of our hero.
Kaeris apparently is a healer, which is a good thing considering this newly unlocked first boss.
Oh, 3D graphics and 16-bit music. I wonder what else lays in store?

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