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Your kingdom is under attack by an unknown and deadly force. It is up to you, as KING to save your lands and discover the origin of this new and mysterious threat.

Use the arrow keys to move. Use W to jump.
Use the number keys to use abilities and spells.
P pauses the game, Z & X bring up the character screens.

Developed by Dark Realm Studios
Sponsored by Crazy Monkey Games

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geacugeacu

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars March 8, 2010

well

the castle has far to little health,5 guys got to it & since you have to be in the exact same line as themto hit em,i had no chance & died in about 5 seconds

its also annoying how the screen bobs everytime i or the castle take damage

otherwise ok game 4/5 + 7/10


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perpetuallydementedperpetuallydemented

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 30, 2009

Sorry H8az

This game is pure gold, if you know how to play. First of all, know your keys, If your an AWSD kinda guy, then your going to have some trouble getting used to navigating with your arrow keys, of course you can navigate with A and D, but W is used to jump and arrow up and down are used to navigate towards the top and bottom of the screen respectivly.

This is the reason I suspect people were having enemies that were unhittable, they weren't lining up with them. Good Strategies: I only played through the game once, but i used custom class, so I know a bit about the two seperatly. Melee users: be sure to raise agility and the skill that heals you after killing enemies. Magic users: Train Radiation to keep yourself constantly hitting enemies, max it ASAP along with storm and gust.

Overall, good job from the guys that brought us Pandemic and the rest of the Pandemic Series, I'm a big fan of these guys and I look forward to anything else they have in store for us this year. I mean, ofc its not something we may see on xbox or ps3, but its homegrown flash...



jjreinemjjreinem

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars November 22, 2009

Definite Promise

In so many ways, this game is great. It's good fun, with a good degree of character customization and some nice over the top cheesy voiceovers to provide some humor. The premise, combining a sidescrolling hack-and-slash with a typical castle defense game, is a good one and it works well.
Unfortunately given the numerous flaws in the game i just can't justify giving this game better than a 7. None of the issues are necessarily game-breaking, but they do make it considerably more agravating to go through.
For a start, the hit detection is ridiculous. Hitting the enemies in mele seems to require quite a bit of precision, and in the first level where you have to defend the castle it can be really annoying to run forward, swing with you axe, and miss. Particularly because half the time the enemies will keep moving, and because you can't pass through them you basically have to let them go by you and then start jostling yourself around until you end up in the right position to hit them, by which point you've already been flanked by three more enemies and the first one has started smashing your fairly fragile castle. If the melee weapons were just a bit more generous in their hit detection, it could go a long way.
Second is the fact that the levels are long and filled with enemies, and you only get one life. Restarting takes you straight back to the beginning of the stage. While I appreciate not having to start the game over, it would be nice if you had one or two lives to go through before you died, or if the "resist death" skill were made passive (Frankly I never could figure out how that was supposed to work, and was too distracted 90% of the time to try to find out). A checkpoint system or just more shorter levels would also be an excellent solution.
Another issue that I'm not quite sure about is the bloodlust ability. As I mentioned earlier, it's easy to get distracted, but it seemed like it didn't apply when I was killing things with magic (or that it just doesn't give much health back). It seems to me that since magic users are at a disadvantage for health and have few ranged spells that can take out all the enemies coming at them before they have to engage in melee, this would be nearly essential for them.
Finally, while this isn't a flaw, the game seems a little short. Three stages, the last of which is unusually short compared to the others, seems a bit light. Especially given that you are encouraged to spend money upgrading a castle at the first level, which as it turns out becomes useless after that first level. All the other things you can spend the money on stay with you the entire game. As it is, it feels almost like a demo for a larger game. If you do do a sequel, it would be nice to have perhaps a few more castle defence levels interspersed with the side scrolling levels.


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aznhardcoregodofsexyaznhardcoregodofsexy

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars October 24, 2009

gliches

there are guys that you can't hurt no matter. what you do why would you post a game up that barely works.


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WeirdestOneWeirdestOne

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars August 21, 2009

Great Job.

This game is awesome. Might be worth making a sequel to. A problem is that the mobs, do more damage then I do to them. More weapons and upgrades would be great. When weapons and armors are upgraded, it would be awesome to have it look different as you upgrade it. Maybe a better storyline would be great. Good work.


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