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The Rise of a Knight

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rated 3.85 / 5 stars
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Mar 17, 2008 | 7:23 PM EDT

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A fantasy action/adventure hack 'n slash game about courage, treason, a loyal guard and his rise to knighthood.

All music by MaestroRage

Controls

Arrow keys to move
Up to jump
Down to shield and duck
A for a quick slash
S for a heavy hit
D for a special attack
M to view the map and your progress

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synapssynaps

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

well

the graphics were awesome, musics is good, but as most of ppl said, it gets boring. The variety of monsters is good, coz u make a strategy to fight every single monster. But the time betwen monsters should be a little shorter, i mean, you kill one guy, and walk 10sec to kill another. The only thing i hated was when u get like 3-4 guys infront of you, all bashing at the same time, its impossible to kill em, you let your shield down, and even your quick slash isnt quick enough, i mean the attack gets canceled. And one last thing, like most said, include some upgrades or something. For example for the weak ass goblin u get 1 coin, from the big mofo u get like 3, and so on, and every once in a while you come across a weapon and armor shop, something like that would make the game ill. good game non the less, hope to see more.


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SeethingSwarm responds:

Yeah many people have said that upgrades and more moves would have made this much better. This game was meant to be a more simpler game only concentrating on action and adventure, but I agree with you guys and will definitely consider things like that for my future game projects. Im glad you liked the graphics and the music. MaestroRage is awesome. And yeah, it does get frustrating with 4 enemies in front of you and really hard to kill them. Try to use your special move with more strategy.
Thanks for the review :)


VincentVanGothVincentVanGoth

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

would be good

if you could pause the game or safe it.... so i cannot make any other things like msn or so and i gave up in the cave... graphics are good sound too


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SeethingSwarm responds:

Pausing and saving are still issues for me. Im not that good a programmer and I simply dont know how to do them, especially with a game like this where there are a million things going on in the background. But I do agree with you. Pause and save options would be really good, and I will try hard to learn how to do them. Thanks :)


TwiztedMindTwiztedMind

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Woo!

Dude, Amazing game the music WAS AWESOME!!! At the ending I'm like " WTF I almost got Killed by goblins, eaten by Gigantic Spider and Squashed by an ogre for this!!!! " Then I laughed my pants off. And the music was, again, awesome. Thanks for the great game.


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SeethingSwarm responds:

Thanks a lot!
Im glad you liked it :)


S-KS-K

Rated 3 / 5 stars

bonkers collision detection and attack glitch?

Something about the guard's design just didn't fit in with th rest of the game although I can't put my finger on what exactly. The most serious flaw of the game however is the nuts collision detection of attacks, it treats weapons as part of your body meaning something like a spike touching your sword with hurt you, which is especially annoying when you have a spike wall behind you and an enemy in front of you and you have that sword swinging around trying to defend yourself.

Further into this point I found in most situations it's actually better to attack backwards! (face away from the enemy and attack) because you can do damage to enemies on every frame of an attack animation, this not only means you can usually attack faster but in some situations can do 3 HITS with one hard attack (try it on the first boss and see for yourself) If the backwards attacks thing was intended consider this a 7/10, but either way the combat needs some more fine tweaking.


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SeethingSwarm responds:

The backwards attack was intended. Think about it. In real life, if a guy would swing a very sharp object form behind him to his front, if you would stand behind him and the sharp object would scrape over your face, you would not be left without any scars :)

Then there is the hit detection with the traps. Yeah, I know, its flawed, and I have learned form making this game how to prevent it in future game projects. Thanks a lot for the review and the constructive feedback :)


YbomYbom

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good time waster.

Past the first play there's no reason to come back to it. The animations looked stiff. A save feature would've been better than the map feature.

However, I couldn't find any glaring glitches, and the enemies turning around, sort of bouncing off the walls made it feel like the right way to go for this type of game.

Incorporating a triple combo hit in the heavy hit was decent, but I wish there was more, like possibly a stun type of attack so I could set it up easier. I guess what I'm saying is that it could use more polish.


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SeethingSwarm responds:

Thanks Im glad you liked it :)
And thanks for the input and feedback I'll take it in consideration for my next game.