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Jan 13, 2009 | 1:12 AM EST
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Finally Lilg and I are back again with the long awaited sequel to Griswold the Goblin. It's been a long journey for us, with many setbacks, sidetracks and almost a year of development.

In this first chapter of this new on going saga called "Islands of Fire" you must help Griswold find the Goblin City. You will have to collect many items, solve puzzles, play several mini games and even navigate a labyrinth to help Griswold in this new epic adventure.

Lot's of thanks must go to all the people who tested the game and to Tom Fulp for all the help he's given us!

Reviews


imabadfishimabadfish

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome!

Reminds me of kings quest. Wish more games game out like this. Chapter 2 soon please!


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Phantasmagor responds:

Affirmative!


ElectrodesElectrodes

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Excellent reference to Anchorman

I believe it's the name of an old, old wooden ship.


Phantasmagor responds:

Woohoo, thank you for noticing that! Haha


LemtLemt

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very good!

Great job, even if the goblin's balance seems off. Plus your score is back at 4.03. :)


Phantasmagor responds:

It's trying to get to 4.03 but keeps going back down again


kris008kris008

Rated 5 / 5 stars

wooo

i made the score go from 4.02 to 4.03 :D go me....totally awsome game i cant wait for the next part...this shoulda scored so much higher.


Phantasmagor responds:

Thanks! :P Though it looks like someone voted it back down to 4.02 again cos I haven't seen the game at 4.03 yet... oh now it's there, woo


littlegobletlittlegoblet

Rated 5 / 5 stars

maximum fun

you cruel meepers. lol I was having sooo much fun and then it ended. Well I realy enjoyed the first one and this one was just as fun. I can see your artwork has improved a great deal.

I love the movie bits
the ingames
the interactions
the graphics
the sound

well done 10 out of 10


Phantasmagor responds:

Sorry about the abrupt ending. We had to end the game at a point where the player would be enticed to continue. Glad you enjoyed all parts of the game :D