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Apr 14, 2010 | 9:44 PM EDT
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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

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Play now on your iPad, iPhone 4 or new iPod Touch: s/app/talesworth-adventur e-ep-1/id387788449

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

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).


Game auto-saves.

Created by Sean Gailey
Inspired by a love for old D&D graph paper maps, 8-bit art and scary dragons
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Rated 3 / 5 stars


its fun for awhile but gets boring after awhile. Not as good as some other puzzle games though. i agree with the fellow below me.

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


Sorry, game is kind of's not a bad game but not in my taste. Nice oldschool grafix btw. Good if you want to train your brain and bored yourself to the death xP


Rated 3 / 5 stars

real good game

really nice the musics good and not annoying and the puzzle are hard at least for me anyways.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

its ok

it just gets to boring, it is too much of the same thing, but it is creative and it was fun while it latsed


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Too repetitive

The game have smart puzzles but it show everything after a few of it's first stages. After that...the same ogres, the same traps, the same boulders. hardly a surprise.
The thief idea was cool, a nice chance to develop a plot, include new characters...but no, let's kill him, move on and just struggle against the numbers from now on.
I turned off the music most of the time too.
catching the medals was nice aniway, they drive you to play once, write your solutions on a notebook and play again, making a easy drive through in all the stages, just like as if you're conquering them.