The Dwarves is an impressive tactical game that allows players to lead the coolest fantasy characters to victory against the dark hordes of orcs. As its name suggests, the game is based on the bestseller “The Dwarves”.
For many players, surviving the orc attacks has proven to be more difficult than expected. Apparently, game’s difficulty level isn’t really easy, not even when played on Easy or Medium.
The Dwarves is indeed a very challenging game
I bought this game because I read and enjoyed the books and because I liked the idea of its’ gameplay and started out on normal difficulty.
About 2 hours in I switched to easy, because I didn’t feel like taking on a challenge and just wanted to enjoy the story. […] I just died 10 times on EASY (mainly) because of the pathfinding. […]
Dear devs. IF you offer an “easy”-option please, please, please make it easy. Games that let you choose between normal and hard give you the option to play the game the way it was meant to be or to challenge yourself. An easy option should NEVER be frustrating the player imo.
Many players think that The Dwarves’ difficulty levels are completely messed up. In other words, Easy is really Medium, Medium is Hard and Hard is Very Hard.
Taking into account this situation, many players created all sorts of tactics to help them cope with the game’s difficulty level. They use the pause mode as often and possible and choose an attack for every character. Players often try to lure opponents to special locations as well, such as canyons.
Unfortunately, gamers report that even with a well-planned strategy, sometimes they have to re-make a fight several times. Of course, this can become quite frustrating and some gamers may give up playing The Dwarves altogether because of this.
Have you already played The Dwarves? Do you think the game is really too difficult to play?
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