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Apr 13, 2014 | 5:12 PM EDT

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This is my first video game, a PuzzleScript game where you control Ron Sivege, an adventurer who explores the tomb of an ancient monarch in hopes of finding precious treasure. There are a total of ten levels with puzzles that become progressively difficult as you advance. There are also hidden treasures found in some of the levels, so see if you can find those.

Use the arrow keys or WASD to move, Z to undo your previous move, and R to restart the level.

Reviews


Snipper64Snipper64

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 14, 2014

Was fairly fun, beat it, but would say it was a bit easy at most parts, the more you add to a puzzle, the easier it becomes. Like how Sudoku becomes easyier the more you fill it in. Throwing in blocks and paths that don't do anything is a good way to do this, but your clean linear puzzle though made me at least feel smart, even though it was mostly on rails. Very good for a first game though mate.

Didn't see hidden treasure though, that sounds interesting though.


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CrocaDino responds:

Thanks for the feedback!


BrianAndersonBrianAnderson

Rated 2 / 5 stars April 13, 2014

It is an interesting puzzle game, but it pretty much is just the "strength" mechanic from the pokemon games but with visuals that could use more life. I am not captivated enough to continue playing


CrocaDino responds:

I greatly appreciate your honest feedback.


LunarHawk69LunarHawk69

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars April 13, 2014

Solid game. Well made. Very dull though.


CrocaDino responds:

Thank you for your honest feedback. I do agree that the game was rather dull.


CopywrongCopywrong

Rated 4 / 5 stars April 13, 2014

I played through this game because of the grappling narrative. It was fun to think about what treasure (or lack of such) was ahead of me as I solved these devious puzzles full of traps. Quite an interesting take on the Sokoban subgenre, no doubt!


CrocaDino responds:

Thank you very much for the feedback! I am especially glad you enjoyed the narrative.