My Island [RPG]
My Island [RPG] Instructions
Use the arrow keys to move your character, and the C, X, and Z keys to activate running shoes and cars. Increase your stats as quickly as possible - some stats are more important than others, though: intelligence is useful when you're applying for a job, strength is useful for fights, jobs, and becomes your total hp; and popularity is important when you want people to think you're cool. You're given five extra points at the start of the game, and you'll be able to increase them in various places on the island.
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My Island [RPG] Walkthrough
The premise of My Island [RPG] is relatively simple: you have to increase your stats as much as possible, get the highest paying job available to your character, and try to gain as much money as you can. It can be difficult to make money when you're starting the game, but once you start increasing your stats, you'll be able to apply for a better job at the office building on the island - and you'll start making more money.
There are a few upgrades you can purchase to make the days go by faster on the island - at the super market, located in the bottom-right corner of the island; you'll be able to purchase running shoes, cars, and an alarm clock. The alarm clock is one of the most useful (and cheapest) upgrades you can get; it will instantly increase the amount of time per day you have, so get it as soon as possible. Next, running shoes and cars - though quite expensive - will let you travel around the island a lot faster than you normally would, and the make the pace of the game much more engaging.
And My Island [RPG] really wouldn't be an RPG game if there wasn't any fighting - if you go to the bar, or run into someone walking on the street, you'll be able to pick a fight. And they're useful, since you can gain money if you beat your opponent. In every round, you'll be given a certain number of action points; what attacks you can use are limited to how many action points you have. Some fights can be time consuming, so avoid them altogether if you want a quick play through.
All in all, My Island isn't your typical RPG game foray, but it's not that different - you'll increase your stats, make money, and you'll still be able to get into fights. Once you've gotten a good paying job, you'll be able to start purchasing island buildings and upgrading your home - and that's where the game really picks up.