When you turned 18, you received a letter with an invitation to the Hogwarts University of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Because magic is not for children!
It's a fun-based HP-themed adult parody.
- Role playing system.
- Sandbox mode.
- You can choose the gender of your character. i.e. You can play as either a male or a female student.
- The player character will not be a canonical character from within the Harry Potter universe. However, the other characters are, although they may be a bit \"out of character\".
- Hand drawn pictures made in the original style.
- You can enroll in any of the houses. The Sorting Hat makes its decision depending on what you did in the prologue.
Main changes at 0.66:
- 12k words of text
- 8 new quests, including one very large
- completion of one of the old quests
- 6 scenes with frame-by-frame animation
We get the same type of questions from the players. So, we decided to make a mini FAQ about gameplay.
Q) Nothing happens in the game. How can I get the quests?
A) For most of the quests, you must have a high level of relationship with the characters. Typically, the "friend" level is sufficient for the first character's quest.
Q) How can I improve the relationship with the character?
A) You need to talk to him or her. Also, the relationship increases during quests. But I think that you have a problem with getting a quest, isn't it?
Q) I talk to the character, but the relationship does not go up. Or even go down. What should I do?
A) There is no single model of successful conversation. The conversation depends on your stats, the character's relationship to you, your House, and just on your luck.
The main stat you should pay attention to is your character's LOOKS.
Your looks is positively affected by: high charisma, expensive robes, some other items received in the game.
Your looks is negatively affected by: low charisma and the level of your hygiene. If you take a shower rarely, then the surrounding characters don't like it.
Just try not to start conversations, if you current looks is lesser then 8 (higher is better).
Q) What topics improve relationships best?
A) There is no single answer to this question. As a rule, it is best to try a different topics and look at the character's reaction. And do not limit yourself to one topic. If you say what he or she wants to hear, then you can improve your relationship by 2-3 points at once.
I have to agree with Noknet.
Anything magical is being done by other students and you are just seeing it as you go from one room to another. As far as I can tell by the interface, you will never cast a spell which makes the game boring. Why do our character even bother going to class or study in the library if we cannot use magic? When it came to relationship/sex the farthest I got was kissing one npc (over and over and over again). This makes me wonder in its current form if that is all you can do?
This game needs an overhaul in the magic department and hopefully a deeper relastionship(s) building in future updates.
It's interesting, but quite repetetive. It takes too long to level up skills and relationships, and there isn't enough feedback on the quests to let you know what you are or aren't doing right. The TF content is pretty minimal, too.
Someone forgot to make this magical or fun. It seems to me to be a lot of clicking for no reward.
Fantastic, well done. Can't wait for it to be fully fleshed out. Found it to be relatively stable. Saves are easily managed. Art is of course top drawer. Quest info is a little sparse. Some areas of concern how ever. Firstly, relationships take too long to develop in consideration of the amount of calaendar days the current iteration runs. Secondly, a skill of 25 for the Tonks metamorphasis quest is a bit much. I would reduce it to 15 or 20. I would consider the adding of findable or purchasable in game items that can slightly alter skills or attributes, perhaps even transformations. All told, Outstanding, your stipend is increased to 6 galleons.
Ravenclaw is available now )