RPG Time: The Legend of Wright is a game made by an aspiring designer who’s currently a school-kid, or at least that’s the game’s premise. This is Kenta’s first-ever game, and you’re the first player.
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While RPG is right there in the title, most of the gameplay in RPG Time is more like an adventure game – traversing through the pages, interacting with various objects and solving small puzzles to progress, with some platforming here and there. At times the adventure will leap out of the pages literally and otherwise, such as having a rock-em-sock-em style boxing match. A few mini-games are also present, such as Reversi and Minesweeper, though you don’t actually have to win those to continue on. One optional aspect I enjoyed was finding the hidden mini-ninjas in (almost) every page, and you can get further game commentary in this help menu. A totally optional side quest can also be played through on the over-world map, making more use of the colourful crafted style.