Be a Supporter!

Credits & Info

Jul 22, 2011 | 1:22 PM EDT
  • Daily Feature July 23, 2011
  • Weekly 3rd Place July 26, 2011

If you liked this, check these out!


Log in to save your medals! Don't have an account? Create one for free!

LEVEL1 5 Points Beat Level1
LEVEL2 5 Points Beat LEvel 2
LEVEL3 5 Points Beat Level 3
LEVEL4 5 Points Beat Level 4
LEVEL5 5 Points Beat Level 5
LEVEL6 5 Points Beat Level 6
LEVEL7 5 Points Beat Level 7
LEVEL8 5 Points Beat Level 8
LEVEL9 25 Points Beat Level 9
CHALLENGE 50 Points Last more than 150 seconds in challenge mode.

Author Comments

You don't do it for the Glory. You definitely don't do it for the rewards. In fact I'm not sure WHY you do it. But the important thing is that you DO. You are the manservant of the greatest, most manliest hero the world has ever known. And without your help he'd be pummelled into dust! Take care of his inventory while he's out adventuring and winning the hearts of the fair maidens. Behind every great hero, there is an even greater assistant!



Rated 4 / 5 stars

interesting concept, good execution

First, the premise behind the game is great. Very fresh and interesting, and it was done very well, what with the witty humor and deadpan voiceovers. The art was simple in a cartoonish way, but very polished, attractive, and perfect for its intended purpose.

What I would have loved to see, however, is a bit more complexity. Although short, I felt like I was losing steam about 3/4 of the way through, when I had most of the upgrades. I thought about perhaps having a system where the high-powered items (the chest armor and the halberd, for example) came less frequently, but you had a larger storage space that carried over into the next round. Thus, you would have to constantly make decisions about which items to use and which to save. Also, this would encourage us to have to make further decisions when putting items in the inventory. We often get bullets or rocks or arrows, but not their respective weapons. As a result, I began to ignore ranged weaponry altogether. Having storage across rounds might encourage me to save some bullets or arrows just in case.

The previous comment about being able to purchase items is a good idea as well, as I simply stopped storing money in my inventory around level 7, since I
had no use for it.

The final challenge level you get to play after beating the "campaign" was an excellent addition as well--it was refreshing at a point where I started to get tired of the game, and made me continue playing more.

People find this review helpful!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great game!

I loved how the helper kept making those comments at the end of the battles. But seriously the last level should have been against the Hero guy and you as the Helper.

People find this review helpful!


Rated 3 / 5 stars


Was I the only one who couldn't get the play button working? I DO have the latest version:

People find this review helpful!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Lol i love the lvl8 monster name "Hackwood" makes not wanna fight that one...lolbut its an awesome game anyways!


Rated 3 / 5 stars


fun, simple, and fast gamne. I too had max grid/slots by stage 5. I was so rich but I had nothing to spend it on. maybe in a sequel you could have a blacksmith button. it would upgrade your item to the next best thing for a certain amount of money. would turn the katana into battle axe for 500 gold or put in empty crossbow and it would ask if you wanted full ammo for 300 gold. Range weapons were hard to acquire at times and I skipped using them. not to mention I didn't get a good boost. a full musket was only worth 3 attack for 6 bullets. one lvl I got about 4 muskets pouches and then my final weapon was a crossbow. I was like wtf??... The most annoying part would have to be getting a bunch of little useless things taking up my belt like 4 rocks with some bullets while im trying to find out how to put my armor and my battle axe in my inventory. only 3 enemies was kind of a letdown. even though enemies have a strong and weak stat they were pointless. it should have been if they were strong against attack it would take 2 attack bars for every one of theirs and vice versa. points don't stack either. if you wear 4 armors for 20 points you only get the 10 point max.

all in all a playable game with interesting elements. It actually inspired an idea for me for a game myself.

People find this review helpful!