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Words Worth (Windows)

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Description

Words Worth is a remake of an earlier game of the same name.

The story (Astral, prince of the Shadow Tribe, is on a mission to find out who destroyed a sacred tablet, provoking a hundred-years war between the Tribes of Light and Shadow) remains largely unchanged, although some of the dialogues were re-written and additional characters introduced. The structure of the game world is also the same as in the original.

Pseudo-3D graphics of the original were replaced by real-time 3D environments. The 2D anime-style character graphics were also re-done. There is also a new animated intro in this remake.

The most important change concerns the gameplay: instead of the turn-based battles against randomly appearing enemies of the original there are now action-oriented battles. The enemies are wandering around the game world and usually attack Astral on their own. Clicking on them with the left mouse button results in an attack with the equipped weapon. It is possible to freely move during battles.

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Words Worth Windows The 3D dungeons are rather bland. This bridge area is about as detailed as it gets
Words Worth Windows Tougher enemies appear on the second level
Words Worth Windows To avoid misunderstandings: the men of the Light Tribe are as violent and lecherous as those of the Dark one. This knight attempts to rape Nina
Words Worth Windows Here you can view the CGs of the game

Alternate Titles

  • "ワーズ・ワース" -- Japanese spelling

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RPGFan Sep 02, 1999 88 out of 100 88

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Cor 13 (172994) added Words Worth (Windows) on Oct 10, 2009