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Brunhilda 2 - Help us make a great sequel!

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Gillian idea:
Fri, 09 Jul 2010 (20:33)
I am loving this game! It is so witty and just challenging enough and great graphics. I also adore the voice actress playing Brunhilda. I haven't finished the game yet, but if there was one thing I would change it would be this.
After a dialogue screen you have to click to continue every time. I would appreciate having the option to click but after a certain amount of time, just to have it close that window automatically. It is tedious to always have to click during a conversation.
Maxie idea:
Fri, 09 Jul 2010 (19:27)
Fabulous game. Definitely could use 2 levels of difficulty. One timed,one not. Great dialog. Don't care for the demon much, but tolerable.
# 2 - ?
Nothing beats Time Travel! The battle could be between the two ladies restoring time/magic/the World they inhabit.
Perhaps a Merlin type of character to support them.

Future,past, present all could be represented.

Definitely some bulk HOGs in between the
speciality items.
YOU'RE GRAPHICS ARE OUTSTANDING! Keep
it up.
Thanks for the fun!
Fri, 09 Jul 2010 (19:11)
When I first beta tested Brunhilda I was swept off my feet by the fun, humor and beautiful graphics. When I played the full game - my enthusiasm waned as the collection of items became somewhat repetitive. One would arrive at a new area and know already what the sequence of actions would be (find certain items, go back & forth between several scenes, etc.) But having said that I would buy Brunhilda 2 even if the game play was identical. But my strongest recommendation would be to try and mix up the game play a bit - perhaps with some different mini-games or something. Perhaps some traditional HOG play would be interesting (finding many different items instead of 6 of this and 8 of that). I found Brunhilda's mini-games to be less than challenging and also repetitive.
DO keep the humor - this is one of the few games that does not take itself overly seriously and I loved the ironic asides. Loved the demon BTW!
Beautiful game & many kudos for it & for asking for ideas for the sequel.
Fri, 09 Jul 2010 (19:02)
I did the beta for this one and was really looking forward to playing it. The first negative was the download time. We have high speed cable and it was still a ridiculously long time. Then, my anti-virus said that there was a problem. I know that can be just the program, but I would think that developers would look at those issues. The upshot is that I still haven't purchased it. I really would like to, however. So I would say that you should deal with the technical aspects more in the next episode.
Sarah idea:
Fri, 09 Jul 2010 (18:03)
I do not like the idea of a demon being a friend. I will only buy it if in sequel you make the pet a friend that has nothing to do with being a demon. Loved voices,interactive but never finished because demons are real and they are not friends.My children wanted to play and I forbid them for this reason. Other than that complaint the game has great graphics, voices.
meh idea:
Fri, 09 Jul 2010 (16:56)
I have only played one chapter of the first game, so I am not making my suggestions based on what happened in the first game. I would like to say that visually, the first game is in the top echelon of HOG. I play without sound, so I cannot comment on that aspect. I like the quirky characters, and I enjoy the dialog (which I can't say is usually true). In other words, keep the general feel of the first game.

In the sequel, I would like to see Brunhilda battling evil in a remote location of this world, maybe somewhere like Mongolia, with a local equivalent of herself by her side (complete with her own demon guide). It would be kinda neat if it were epic and loosely based on something like "The Twelve Labors of Hercules" in which each chapter is a stand-alone, but also contributes to an overall arc.
Fri, 09 Jul 2010 (12:54)
One area for improvement, the hidden objects were very tiny, and not entirely defined by the graphics. At times I wasn't entirely certain of what I was looking for...and it was by sheer dumb luck that I found them, often by random clicking.

Do NOT change the vivid characterizations and voice acting. Your characters had personality and substance! You made them 3 dimensional in a 2 dimensional media! I can't say that about many games I've played.

Thank you...
Viktor idea:
Fri, 09 Jul 2010 (12:40)
Brunhilda is the BEST game in the world. But Brunhilda 2 ... That will be a great adventure. I propose that in Brunhilda 2 there should be a mini-game like maybe a Mach 3 + the others in the first Brunhilda.

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