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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


osamaazaosamaaza

Rated 5 / 5 stars

a Great game ... :)

i had alot of fun playing it, the art was excelent waiting for your new work

10/10
5/5


Phantasmagor responds:

Glad you liked it :)


PsychBlocPsychBloc

Rated 5 / 5 stars

How the hell do I beat the beast?

It's so baffling.


Phantasmagor responds:

You can always check out the walk through if you get stuck


El-SydEl-Syd

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice game

But... before I start the review, I gotta let you know you have a bad grammatical error in the intro Where it says, Griswold the Goblin is laying about." It should say, "Lying about." Lay is a transitive verb and therefore needs an object, such as a chicken laying eggs or someone laying place settings down at a table. Lie, on the other hand is an intransitive verb meaning it can't take an object and is what you should use when referring to the subject, such as, "he is lying down, or she lies down on the bed. I know it may be confusing at times, and it is one of the MOST COMMON mistakes made in the english language, but for some people, using these incorrectly is the equivalent of saying "Libary" or "Aminals" which is cute if said by a four year old, but embarrasing in a piece of published work. Like I said though, it's an easy mistake to make.
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On to the actual review, You have a nice game here, good animation on the intro scene and good narrative voicework (with the above exception). The game itself is very interactive, has good voicework and drawings as well, and is a fun story to play through. I guess I'll check out the first one later on some time.

ps sorry to call you out on that and if this was some homemade game fromsome thirteen year old I wouldn't have said anything, but you guys are 19 and 24, and your game is otherwise very professional, so I figure you like to iron out all the kinks and make the best games possible. keep up the good work, This 10 is well earned.


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Phantasmagor responds:

Thanks for the insight. I've never actually thought that laying about was incorrect. You are right that we like to iron out the kinks and maintain as much professionalism as possible however there is little we can do about that mistake now


reddeye5reddeye5

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Might be the best....

......game I ever played on NG. It has the humour of the old Monkey Island games and the graphics and smarts to match,.....im stuck, but I don't dare use the walkthrough. It's too rewarding to figure it out yourself.


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Phantasmagor responds:

Don't use the walk through you'll regret it! I'm sure you should be able to work it out especially if you've played monkey island and other games of this genre. Thanks for the review.


ZeoN-FrosTZeoN-FrosT

Rated 5 / 5 stars

All thumbs up from me.

this is a great game. Not much to say i like it. It brings my memory back on the good old goblins game.


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