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Nov 11, 2012 | 2:15 PM EST

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INSTRUCTIONS: Click the "GRIND" button to, well, grind! Once you hit the required level on the sign, click the "KILL" button to defeat the boss!

YOU ARE THE FORMIDABLE KNIGHT KNOWN AS SIR PROTAG. COMING UPON A CASTLE STOCKED WITH EVIL MONSTERS, YOU KNOW BUT ONE PATH: A BLOODY ONE, CARVED THROUGH YOUR ENEMIES. But first? Some light grinding on your training dummy (by clicking endlessly) - don't want to get hurt now, do we?

This was a short (short? *evil chuckle*) game I made for F*ck This Jam. It's essentially a game that highlights how ridiculously stupid grinding can get in some RPGs. Massive props to whoever finishes the game manually.

NOTE: IF YOU REALLY DON'T WANT TO CLICK A MILLION TIMES (fair enough) SIMPLY HIT LEFT & X ON YOUR KEYBOARD IN THE FOURTH BATTLE ONWARDS TO RECEIVE A HUGE LEVEL BOOST.

Thanks go to the following freesound.org peeps: ERH, DJ Chronos and FreqMan.

Enjoy!

Reviews


changelingchildchangelingchild

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

it was interesting but there was no plot or gameplay at all i don't really see the point in making a game as mindless as this. I am rating it 1.5 because i like the style of are that you used.


failnaut responds:

The point was in the description!


grantoxgrantox

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

It's a terrible game, but it does show how ridiculous grinding is. Maybe this will get added?


failnaut responds:

That's the point, really!


SentryRoboSentryRobo

Rated 0 / 5 stars

I bet this game would be fun...
IF I Fucking knew how to play it!
>:(
You dont even put any instructions in there


failnaut responds:

I've added that now - would appreciate if people at least tried to click around before no-starring!


OctoraffeOctoraffe

Rated 0 / 5 stars

This game seems broken in Firefox, as no matter what I click nothing happens.


failnaut responds:

I'm sorry to hear that! I tested it thoroughly in Chrome, but I'll take a look at the Firefox issues.