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Jun 5, 2009 | 3:58 PM EDT
  • Daily 3rd Place June 6, 2009

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-Small update added (2010-01-21), adding a few bug fixes and gameplay tweaks. For instance, you can now drop enemies that you have picked up by pressing the down key.
-If you fall through the level and die after clearing a stage, you could try lowering the quality and/or turning off the camera effects in the options menu.
-It appears we should point out that ALL THE BOSSES ARE IN FACT BEATABLE. Each has a certain pattern that needs to discovered, that's all. If it doesn't always make perfect sense, sue us :)
-Finishing all 19 levels unlocks the Barbarian Stronghold survival level, where you must hold off the hordes for as long as you can.
-Again, thanks for the great reviews, frontpage and collection!

A young barbarian sets out on a quest to find the legendary Secret of Steel...

This sequel took nearly a year(!) to finish and contains more enemies, 19 levels, boss fights, complex combat and physics engines, geographical puzzle solving, an epic musical score and an intriguing storyline.

To all the fans who supported this game, big thanks! We really got a kick out of the reception the demo got. And many thanks to hzlancer for his masterpiece of a soundtrack.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

a bit slow

Butr remind me bert the barbarian an god of war


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


it gliched on the first level and i kept falling down that pit after i beat the boss and was standing still


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Really good

Really good maybe a shop or a village of your own?


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Excellent platformer. I've been a lurker on NG so far but this game made me sign up just to comment. Yes it's a tad too repetitive at times but what do you expect from a flash game? Was a lot of fun.

p.s. the final boss is indeed beatable once you've figured the trick.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Slash slash slash.

Really great game, I liked how it is super dynamic and forceful. The art style is great as well, I liked the simplicity, but yet delivering alot of expression. The birds were a cool feature as well.

Reminded me at quite some times of Barbarian Bob.