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Feb 14, 2010 | 5:26 AM EST

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Battle the to the finish with the selected Hero (Attack= BACKSPACE ,MOVE =ARROWS ,BLOCKS= DOWN



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great start

A nice homage to Barbarian II on the c64, but is missing the sword play options. No attacks other than high, low, and chopping off heads. Barbaian II featured head butts, kicks, spinning blades, and a rolling attack to knock your opponent down. Maybe the controls are just glitchy but I didn't see those options. The next strike is most of my fights consisted of me closing in and then spamming low strikes. The graphics however were great. Just a little more work on the controls please.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

thanks dude :)

As a huge C64 and barbarian fan this game indeed got me hooked for a while.
I loved the funny art and animations. Great work!


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars


What the F*&$ are the contros in english? Plus it's kind


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good idea but....

the action button i.e. back space is not effective at all, makes it harder to play.
the game lacked action. 7 and 4 for graphics

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


Things I did like: The art, that was awesome! The fighters were well detailed and seemed to dwell on the same style which is a great feat. I loved the faces, they gave a more insightful depth of personality.
The idea was also good... a mountain of challenge or whatever... other fighters etc. And I loled at the goblin who took away the bodies, that was a nice little feature :D

However, the menu is a bit confusing, especially when instructions are in some other language... I don't think you should change it... just add an English version. The help menu was a fail. It jumps out on some unknown button and never goes away so I had to restart the game. Also, a few more fighters on the way to the top of the mountain wouldn't hurt.

All in all I'd say it's a fine little game you've made. Keep up the good work!