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Feb 3, 2010 | 12:36 PM EST
  • Daily Feature February 4, 2010
  • Weekly 2nd Place February 10, 2010

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Dragon-slayer 5 Points Beat Island Beast
Chibi-mage 10 Points Get all 4 spells
Furball-slayer 10 Points Beat Canyon Beast
Demon-slayer 25 Points Defeat Demon Beast
Speed-runner 25 Points Beat game without getting the axe and without getting any spells
Worthy-chibi 25 Points Defeat all 3 knights
Grinder 50 Points Level up everything to level 8
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Author Comments

12/1/2014 - Buy the sequel at:
9/2/2014 - Sign up to beta test the sequel at: !!!
10/7/2013 - Fixed medals I broke with the last update. Sorry!
8/15/2013 - Updated game with links to help support the sequel (Chibi Knight 2) "Super Chibi Knight" which you can vote "YES" on at Steam Greenlight:

3 beasts have ravaged the land of Oukoku, legend tells of a small knight who will save the kingdom.

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Arrows - Move
A - Select, Attack, Skip
S - Spell Menu
P - Pause
From Pause Menu: Toggle Sfx, Music, Quality

Big thanks to Brian Holmes for the amazing custom soundtrack. Huge thanks and love to my 5 yr. old daughter Bella for her uber-cute voice acting.

Speed run scoreboards only work for play-throughs done in one shot, ie: don't close the browser and come back later, you won't get into the scoreboards!

I started this project in June 2008, and have slowly whittled away at it for almost 2 years. It started as "what if the gameplay of Castle Crashing the Beard had more of a story." It also stands as a tribute to my favorite RPG Zelda II (see if you can find all the Zelda II references).



Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is pretty fun!

I love how you can level up your weapons and armor. Gotta love hackn' slashing! You know I've always wondered what Zelda II would be like if it was done right, and you answered that question for me. Hey, I was thinking what you could do with a sequel to this. Alternate forms? Riding a baby dragon? You be the brain on this one but I'm only giving suggestions because I would really really like a sequel!

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


It's not like "The best game ever" but it's pretty good and well-made.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Old school

Reminded me of the NES Zelda game. If you like that type of game you should enjoy this.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Horrible but good.

The gameplay was basic grinding, you could be able to max out everything and not know what the hell is Oukoku or why are you killing everything. And you can camp every goddamn boss fight and win. Overall a fine game, but needs a little more of fixing.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Cool and all but

the guardian the dude with the spear from the purple boss i can bearly hit the damn rocks