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Apr 14, 2010 | 9:44 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place April 16, 2010

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A Novice No More 5 Points Solve every medium (teal) room
Noob Test 5 Points Solve every easy (blue) room
True Adventurer 10 Points Solve every challenging (red) room
Warrior Proper 10 Points Solve every hard (purple) room
Glutton for Punishment 25 Points Solve every bonus (green) room
Purveyor of Finery 25 Points Collect all 25 gems located throughout the castle
Hoard the Hoard 50 Points Slay the Talesworth Dragon and obtain his hoard
Thinking Things Through 50 Points Complete the game using 5 or less Resets

Author Comments

Visit www.TALESWORTH.com for news about my games.

UPDATE
Play now on your iPad, iPhone 4 or new iPod Touch:
http://itunes.apple.com/u s/app/talesworth-adventur e-ep-1/id387788449

SOUND
Sound is a 3-way toggle to control music, sound effects, and mute all.

HOW TO PLAY
Tutorial is in-game. Questy's speed can be increased with the speed buttons above the lower left Map button (Questy must be stopped first).

OFFICIAL WALKTHROUGH
http://bit.ly/TalesworthA dventureSolution

SAVING
Game auto-saves.

Created by Sean Gailey
Inspired by a love for old D&D graph paper maps, 8-bit art and scary dragons
See my other games at Talesworth.com

Reviews


usrnameusrname

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome! this game rocks !

awesome, i love this game!



ponyo999ponyo999

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent game!!

I love this incredible puzzle game!!! Adding medals makes this game a whole lot better!!!!!!!!!!!!



EvilBearfromHELLEvilBearfromHELL

Rated 4 / 5 stars

classic.

Definitely digging the classic theme. I like retro-styled games and the puzzle theme is well done. When I was in high school, we learned how to program KAREL the robot.. forget what the acronym stands for.. but it was very similar to this.
KAREL can only move forward and make left turns. The idea was to program him to do certain things which moved him through similar pathway (dungeon) courses and, I suppose, familiarized us with the system.
Anyway, did you ever play with anything like that in a computer course?
Cheers.


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IamLarryIamLarry

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Awesome

I love these kinds of games, those games that make you think you know. Really nice game, but kind of few tools, maybe if you had one or two more tools to use it would be more interesting.


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UA-knightUA-knight

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good-old classic

This game has some "old scool" charm.
I really enjoy playing such quests. Well done.


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