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Apr 18, 2013 | 12:37 PM EDT
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You Play as a White Knight with his sword to slain The Mighty Giant. To defeat The Giant The Knight must ready him self. Prepare to fight The Giant by constantly upgrading weapon and skill.

Features:

45 Achievements to unlock
7 Upgradeable skill, weapon and armor
Massive Health Giant to Defeat
a lot of monsters
Controls:

Use WASD or Mouse for Movement
Up = W
Down = S
Right = D
Left = A
Attack = Left Arrow / Left Click
Special Attack = Down Arrow / Spacebar
Sprint = Right Arrow / Left Shift
Use Meat (Replenish Health) = Number 1
Use Potion (Replenish Stamina) = Number 2
Suicide (Panic Key) = O
Complete all achievement to play as The Dark Knight

Update:
Range of picking up the drop items.

Reviews


SuperDog777SuperDog777

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 2, 2013

the pause! is not pausing! but it still great game make more something like this again please!



DateYourBakerDateYourBaker

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars August 10, 2013

a bit, or should i say a LOT of monster farming. Could have some kind of side-quests that could keep this game from being too repetitive in earning money to be able to have more chances in defeating the Giant. Maybe hire some mercenaries to help the player out too.


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holycrap-muffinsholycrap-muffins

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars August 9, 2013

This game has a lot of promise, but it has a lot of faults. First, it's WAY too simplistic. About 3 quarters of the game, all you do is farm monsters for money. That is all you do. Eventually, if you build up endurance and special attack, you pretty much go into god mode. The idea is great, but the gameplay is also way too laggy near the end of the game. I also would have liked to see more enemy types instead of red and blue slimes, such as bandits or maybe even a miniboss. The final battle with the giant is such a hassle, in that, whenever you do your special attack, the red slimes will swarm you, so you have to deal with them, and the giant knocking you down constantly. The overhead map didn't help much, as it didn't show much detail. However, the game is a great time waster, if you can get over the lag and repetitiveness. I like the idea of the open world, but it was largely unpopulated, save for monsters and the giant. If you could make an improved sequel, I very much look forward to playing it, and I wish you the best of luck with future games.


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NibrocNibroc

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars July 21, 2013

Personal grievances for me:
-Gameplay is WAAAY too simple. It's about as basic as they come.
-Upgrades are not visually seen on the character - makes the game seem cheap.
-Sp. Attack is completely overpowered - investing in strength becomes pointless.
-Enemies are bland and boring
-Overhead view is visually both boring and unpleasant.
-Storyline is very basic -much like the gameplay.
-Main boss feels boring. His attacks are very cheap and redundant.
-You lose WAAY to many coins when you die. The recovery system for cash feels very cheap towards the player. This especially gets frustrating when fighting the Giant.
-Overall scenery is very bland.
-The game becomes EXTREMELY laggy during later parts of the game -especially during the boss fight.

TL;DR: The game's faults are mainly in its minimalistic gameplay and poor design choices.



Soulshredder666Soulshredder666

Rated 0 / 5 stars June 15, 2013

horribly buggy, too grindy. when i finally had everything to go to giant, he hits me up into the skies and I get blocked into the water.


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