Then Half Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax is just right for you. This fact creates everything you otherwise in an epic role-playing experience much, much faster. Your fetzt with a hero through the landscape, kills monsters, quests done, rises to the level, buy new equipment, recruited a hero's party and eventually settled a nasty Obermotz. The world is saved, the credits roll across the screen and there are only 30 seconds have passed! Applause! And the test also shows hot-timer 26 seconds, then quickly scrolls yet to be rated.
There are of course more than Half-Minute Heroto tell, as in this short introduction. The interesting idea behind the game: An evil sorcerer invents an apocalypse spell that will destroy the world in 30 seconds and you have to stop him. And because so half a minute goes by very quickly, all the typical elements of a role-playing guild are greatly accelerated. The hero and his party fighting like a sports car with a nitrous oxide injection on the world map.
Random battles last only one or two seconds.Constantly rises to their level, or in bagged one gold. Side quests done it literally in passing. Only in cities pauses the game, so you can at least buy new equipment or get in peace little side quests from NPCs. This creates an oblique role-playing version, which looks more like an arcade action game. Half Minute Hero raises so much RPG ballast overboard, that it almost just wondering if you have short auflevelt fast does a secondary task, perhaps a new sword or a healing item or buys it are already so strong that it runs into the castle of the evil boss. It's about personal bests, not the usual RPG-established virtues as a perfect party or powerful items. And yes, that is not only fun because it's a great RPG-parody, but it also releases a fine competitive maelstrom.