Rocker

Author
Moonpie
Released
June 8, 2002
Size
11.7 KB
Boards
10 / 11
Rating
3.50 / 5.00
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good simulation

By: Xacar
Reviewed: 18 years, 2 months ago (May 2, 2004)

I been checking out a lot of Moonpie's stuff, and he looks to be a fairly good zzter. This game is neat because you take control of becoming a rock star. Looks to be inspired from that old text game.


Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0
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Rocker

By: MadTom
Reviewed: 19 years, 10 months ago (Aug. 29, 2002)

Here's something new. I'm quite a fan of simulation games, which involve concepts like self- improvement, and such. And this was quite an interesting new twist on the idea.

Moonpie's last game is about you, an aspiring guitarist. To improve your skill at playing, you can purchase better guitars, books, videos ... or a slightly less direct source of inspiration ... drugs purchased from a dude at the back of the guitar store.

Earn money by playing at gigs at the local club as the people sit in monastic silence, and go off to again purchase better equipment.

Yet, whilst a nice idea, it is not fully developed. It would have been nice to be introduced to a main character, with a few more boards, other characters to interact with, a nice conclusion. Moonpie confesses that the game itself was made in under a week ... but still.


Rating: 2.0 out of 5.0
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