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Terra Incognita ~ Chapter One: The Descendant only 16 cents!

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[STEAM] Terra Incognita ~ Chapter One: The Descendant only 16 cents!

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Here is a classic style 2D RPG for a measly 16 cents. Sell 2 STEAM Cards and buy it. As of this posting there are 28 hours left to the sale.

For those at work, from the STEAM page:

The world of Terra is slowly falling into chaos. A great war is coming and It's time to take up arms against a corrupt royal family. You must travel across this huge world and unite the nations of Terra, recruiting comrades along the way.

At the beginning of the game you play as 'Alexis' a mysterious young man, with no memory of his past.
As you travel you will unravel his history, discover his destiny and the ancient secrets of Terra!

Set off on an adventure across Terra, recruit comrades to your battle party, search out ancient lore and be immersed in a deep, emotional story-line.
Features
A Deep and immersive story-line
Explore a vast world, large areas to traverse, rich with detail
Fast paced, traditional turn based battle system
Recruit a large array of characters to the party, all with their own unique personalities! Not all characters are story critical, explore and find comrades!
Each recruitable character has a series of back-story centred side quests
High quality original soundtrack
Upgrade your weapons/armors
Decorate and upgrade the home-hub area as you recruit characters that bring different skills to the team!
Side quests galore!

Enjoy
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I don't know how good the port is, but on ios Pocket Gamer UK gave it a 3 out of 10.
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Another game made with one of those rpg makers for dummies tools?
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Typically worth it just for the cards alone~
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Literally make money, sweet
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RiCHC3 wrote: Typically worth it just for the cards alone~
Spend an hour playing a crappy game to make 50 cents? lol
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panckage wrote: Spend an hour playing a crappy game to make 50 cents? lol
You don't actually have to play the game, just leave it open and alt tab out while you do whatever else on the computer. Steam has lots of crappy games for like 10-25 cents all the time and as you slowly collect games w/ cards you increase your chance of booster packs which can really add up overtime. It can get quite addictive.
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RiCHC3 wrote: You don't actually have to play the game, just leave it open and alt tab out while you do whatever else on the computer. Steam has lots of crappy games for like 10-25 cents all the time and as you slowly collect games w/ cards you increase your chance of booster packs which can really add up overtime. It can get quite addictive.
There's a faster way called Idle Master. Basically, it makes Steam think that you are playing the game without actually having to open the program. Useful if you can't run the game.
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panckage wrote: Spend an hour playing a crappy game to make 50 cents? lol
Since they added refunds cards don't even start to drop until 2 hours played.
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Hoofhearted wrote: There's a faster way called Idle Master. Basically, it makes Steam think that you are playing the game without actually having to open the program. Useful if you can't run the game.
This is why we can't ever have nice things, if a simple system comes along somebody will always game it and ruin the fun/economy for everyone. Getting cards in this manner artificially changes the pricing due to how easy people using this will get cards.

Is this program "safe". :(
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ph00p wrote: This is why we can't ever have nice things, if a simple system comes along somebody will always game it and ruin the fun/economy for everyone. Getting cards in this manner artificially changes the pricing due to how easy people using this will get cards.

Is this program "safe". :(
I almost felt like trying it but I figured my account was too valuable and I don't want to chance it getting banned. From what I've read, something similar to this used to exist for TF2 ingame stuff. Once Valve figured out what was happening they removed all what people had gained using that and warned that since this was the first time this happened and didn't have clear rules against this that was all they were going to do... but not to expect them to go so easy next time.
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Hoofhearted wrote: There's a faster way called Idle Master. Basically, it makes Steam think that you are playing the game without actually having to open the program. Useful if you can't run the game.
My friend suggested that as well awhile ago, but as others have chimed in I wasn't really sure it was worth the risk for me to potentially lose my account over. Plus, I'm not really hardcore when it comes to hoarding games w/ cards and most of these low end games are like 200-600mbs to download so not too much of a hassle. Appreciate the heads up though

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