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Greedy Sheriffs

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rated 3.60 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Puzzles - Other
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mouse
logic
caves
sheriffs

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Dec 13, 2013 | 2:41 PM EST
  • Daily 5th Place December 14, 2013

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Not all of the sheriffs want to keep order and catch criminals.However, some of them are looking for jewels in a caves. But, the road to wealth is very heavy and dangerous.
So, You can make this way easier by helping sheriffs, to get the diamonds out of the caves using the most optimal way such as teleporters and magical mechanism.
And remember - BE AWARE OF TROLLS

Control:
Mouse only

Hot keys:
"R" - restart
"M" - mute
"Space" - stop walking

Reviews


newbie8814newbie8814

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great game, but a bit too easy



Advertise-PlayAdvertise-Play

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

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I myself make games only for the sake of making money so I could score in someone's bed and I repeatedly lie to people that my intention is pure and moral! Don't you hate it when people buy this lie?

It is all about money! so keep doing your gaymes so you won't have to rob old ladies for money because if you do so, I will knife you for that!

Good job.



willietromwillietrom

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great game and concept with a great presentation. The biggest complaints I have:

The method of control isn't that great... specifically, when trying to move a sheriff, the command cancels if you draw the path quickly, which makes it impossible to make quick movements, so it would be better if it were programmed to infer that paths go through a certain tile if it seemed to skip over that tile when a straight line was being drawn from the tile on one side of it to the opposite.

Another control complaint is that it appears to be impossible to give further orders to a sheriff while they are in motion, which is useful for dodging rocks since the above problem makes it difficult to command more than a few tiles of movement at a time when already trying to dodge rocks.

The puzzles all seemed fairly straight-forward, nothing was that difficult conceptually and the difficulty in later stages seemed to mainly come from dodging rocks rather than figuring out more complicated puzzles.

The one thing I had hoped would be interesting to do since the puzzles weren't too difficult would be to solve some of the puzzles in fewer "steps" than the number listed, but when I did this nothing different happened at all and the game didn't show any note of it like it didn't even register that it happened. (For example, I solved puzzle 32 in 14 steps -- I'm pretty sure it would be possible in 13 or maybe even as few as 10 steps were it not for the difficulty with the controls -- and puzzle 36 in 38 steps, and both just gave the normal three stars.)

For what this game is, though, I don't feel like any of those are major problems other than even the later puzzles not being that difficult, so altogether I will only take off one star for them.



heymann2500heymann2500

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Great graphics, clever concept, I like the new ideas as the levels progress. But this game is just way too easy for me to fully enjoy it.


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ploska4 responds:

Interesting comment. For some players the levels are hard.


CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This was a fun game, I remember playing something similar where you drew paths from different numbers, but it's definitely more interesting when the paths are drawn for characters, with a more three-dimensional view. Starts off simple, gets complicated. Good game!

-cd-


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ploska4 responds:

Thanks a lot.