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Oct 9, 2008 | 8:19 PM EDT
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Choose to be a Psionic, a Juggernaut, or an Engineer and fight your way through TEN levels of foul creatures. Gain experience, gold, and powerful artifacts. Slay Krax and become the new Arena Master! Talesworth Arena combines elements of fantasy RPGs, puzzles and fast-paced arcade games.

NEED HELP? CLASS GUIDE HERE ON MY PROFILE:
http://jinxology.newgroun ds.com/
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1. There is almost no luck involved with Talesworth. Opponents use a strategy to fight, just like you do. They don't pick randomly.

2. You cannot win on Normal by button-mashing. You must counter their strategy to achieve victory.

3. Level 1 is painfully easy by design to introduce you to the combat system. It doesn't start getting challenging until level 2 and 3.

4. The game is intended to be played on NORMAL. If you're playing on EASY, combat is just a click-fest with no strategy required.

Reviews


ErichoEricho

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I'm not someone who is normally into games like this. I actually did end up liking this. I thought it would be more than a button mashing game. It was actually still good. I really could build up tension with myself. The title reminded me of Tails the fox.

The music was quite appropriate and worked well. I was surprised I could win from learning just one skill. I guess I'm better at this than I thought. I still want more visible action. This is worth checking out for most people.



Hatredx33Hatredx33

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

bad game



elitegamer11elitegamer11

Rated 3 / 5 stars

good game but gets boring after a while



OnePlusOnePlus

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great game it was challenginng but doable.
The only one that really pissed me off (pardon my french) was Medusa.



CheshireHatterCheshireHatter

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Wow.

Great gameplay, interesting story, and fun classes, not to mention the challenge!
This seems like one of those rare gems that sit right on the edge of "Too difficult to be fun" and "Refreshingly difficult" Which makes for an addicting experience.
Great job all round, I love the nontypical classes as well.


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