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Wolf Game Rant
Wolfquest is known by alot of people, but Wolf, a 1994 DOSbox game is rarely known. Here are some pros and cons of both.
-Get to pick your wolf's coat color, and stats
-Is multiplayer and singleplayer
-Makes your computer lag
-Isn't very realistic (I mean seriously, wolves don't have two stomachs, therefore the regurgitation should come directly out of their health.)
-Has a stupid Chat lexicon
-Is centered towards younger kids, so older kids find it very boring
-Gets bugs very easily
-Way too simple
-No weather, time, seasons, hunters, humans, and only two prey choices
-Your pups don't grow up
-Can't hex on this game
-Once you die, you poof back alive, not even injured
-When you get injured, eating automatically fills up your health, like its your stomach or something.
-Carcasses magically appear.
-Very realistic stimulation
-Carcasses and buried meat rot
-Can have 1-6 pups
-When you regurgitate, the food comes fro
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