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GO Series: Picdun (DSiWare)

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GO Series presents Picdun from Intense.

PICture DUNgeon is a unique action RPG. Every step you take exploring the dungeon will fill in the blanks of a hidden picture. Use your head to solve puzzles that unveil hidden passages and use your pedometer to help find every step that will reveal the hidden images. Fight through hordes of dungeon creatures, attacking and countering with your sword and shield.

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Europe PAL Version

Posted by Marcel van Duyn

First person picture puzzler

In the 8- and 16-bit eras, there were quite a few games that featured first-person dungeon crawling. Looking through your character's eyes, you had to navigate a maze by moving forward one square at a time, possibly also having to collect treasures and...

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slidecage

#2

slidecage said:

nice thing is a review should be up before it hits the states on JUNe 6...

loved for it to come out today cause i would of grabbed it in a second

Victoria

#3

Victoria said:

Wonder what 'use your pedometer to help find every step' means? I'd be interested to see what this one looks like.

FonistofCruxis

#4

FonistofCruxis said:

From the trailer I saw, it looks like a first-person action rpg. I don't like first-person rpgs, so I won't be getting this. I don't really like the art style either.

Usagi-san

#5

Usagi-san said:

Does anyone know if this will be coming to Australia? It looks quite interesting.

gabikun

#6

gabikun said:

I've played the japanese version of this game. In this action RPG you need to step on every floor tile to reveal an image and move to the next floor (it's possible to advance to the next floor if you find the exit, but if the floor is not completed it will show that in your inventory)
The pedometer is an item you need to find in every floor, and lets you know how many missing "tiles" are in that floor to complete it.

golephish

#7

golephish said:

is it worth the 500 points? - So far yes. I must say it is frustrating to leave a floor with the picture not complete.

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