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It's a sad thing... 5 Points Die for the first time
Staff of Ages 5 Points Put together the Staff of Ages
Cheater 10 Points Find the Forever-Burn Torch cheat
Well done, Warrior 25 Points Beat the game
Speedy 50 Points Beat the game in under 10 minutes
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Author Comments

Shadowgate for the NES redone in Flash AS2.

CONTROLS
Mouse moves the cursor.
Left click: select actions, items, spells, and anything in your sight and to continue with any text
Middle click: deselect everything
Space bar: same as middle click

You may deselect an action by clicking it a second time.

Video walkthrough by Fooliolo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sChYTHi43MQ

*EDIT 06/22/2014
I believe I have fixed the medals issue. Please send me a message if you have any more problems.

*EDIT 05/31/2014
I have been notified that the medals have stopped working. I am currently working on this and hope this is resolved quickly. Sorry for the inconvenience.

*EDIT 12/29/2012
Fixed freezing when answering one of the Sphinx's questions wrong and typo.

*EDIT 12/26/2013
Fixed typos.

Reviews


warrior12346545warrior12346545

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i love this (spolier alert) in order to get the forever burn torch cheat you must click on a brick on the file select


larrymcduck responds:

Thanks for the review!


SpeedhandsSpeedhands

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome remake but HOW DO I UNLOCK THE REST OF THE MEDALS?!!? grrr LOL


larrymcduck responds:

Thanks for the review! Good luck on the medals! :D


FightingSeraphFightingSeraph

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great remake!

Although Icom/Infinite Ventures has already ported Shadowgate on the Game Boy Color; yours was a case of something accurate to the source material, but adds a few enhancements to make it better.

Graphics: It's the same as the NES version of the game, but you added to it with Flash 8's capabilities. To put it another way, what you did with Flash's tweening added to the experience, and kudos for managing to make shape tweening NOT look shitty. However, I think you could have taken the Flash enhancements a bit farther and some sprite editing would have been nice.
Sound: You did a great job at porting the game's music, though you could have used a greater variety of sound effects. For example, try Megatron's Laugh from Beast Wars upon the death screen.
Content: It may be a Flash remake of an NES game, but at least it was fun and that's what matters. In addition, you also streamlined the interface a bit and added mouse support, which makes this better. That, and an easier to navigate item menu. However, having to deselect a command can get a bit tedious, but that didn't affect playability in any major way.

What I like:
-Solid gameplay
-Good music
-Previously Unused subject
-Addicting
-Clever enhancements

What I didn't like:
-The enhancements could have been taken a bit further.
-Can get confusing at times, but still manageable if you know where to look.

Overall: Larry, how would you like a nine from me? (4.5/5)


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larrymcduck responds:

Thank you very much! Your nine is appreciated!


Anniebug22Anniebug22

Rated 2 / 5 stars

When I got sent back to the room with 3 mirrors by the sphinx, The hand turned into the loading hourglass and stayed like that! I couldn't click on anything after that. Not very convincing..


larrymcduck responds:

I fixed the bug that you described. Sorry for the inconvenience.


DeltaFalcon30DeltaFalcon30

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

A very impressive port of one of my favorite video games. The only thing I would've liked is to see some new additions to make things more interesting. Other than that, the original NES game is very well replicated, complete with the original 8-bit graphics and sounds. The mouse controls also make things a cinch to do, as well as the revised inventory system. Very well done indeed!


larrymcduck responds:

Thank you very much! I did make only one addition, but it's a secret medal. Other than that I wanted to keep it as close to the NES version as possible. Thanks playing and enjoying this classic! :D