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Sacred Treasure

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rated 4.00 / 5 stars
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Adventure - RPG
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adventure
fantasy
rpg
upgrades

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Sep 30, 2016 | 4:02 AM EDT

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Whirling Combo 5 Points Kill 2 enemies with one circular strike.
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Halfway Through 50 Points Complete Act 1.
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Don't Even Try! 100 Points Complete the first two areas in Impossible mode.

Author Comments

Your journey to the mysterious lands of Meadowshire begins!

The evil is spreading on the continent, the towns and villages fall one by one. Dorgoil is a fortified town that is holding out and you came here to test your strength and luck and to find some loot of course. You will join a guild of adventurers and travel through the lands full of orcs, undead and trolls.

Loot monsters, improve your skills, upgrade your gear - the adventure has begun!

*** The game is published worldwide after more than a year of exclusive hosting on Armorgames.

Reviews


PettyxPettyx

Rated 4 / 5 stars

The game is nice, I made a playthrough with sorceress with impossible missions done as well, the way I see it the game looks nice but could use a faster pace, maybe by giving an option to disable animations. Other than this, the difficulty curve should be a bit steeper, after the first act in normal mode the game becomes increasingly easy and the hard and especially the impossible missions just end up as a walk in the park.



UnderthiefUnderthief

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I really love this game...however, I had a problem with saving. I have no clue how to keep my save game on Newgrounds, and whenever I tried to play on Armor Games.com, I got the most severe lag spike known to mankind. Does anyone know how to actually save this game on this site?



emiliegrannyemiliegranny

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I really do love this game. The only problem I ever remember having in both my playthroughs (had to try out both chars!) was a glitch where I just walked off the ground and moved endlessly in a single direction. I don't know what triggered it, but it sucked because I was two enemies away from finishing Hard for Act II, Level 6. My character just walked.. and walked.. and walked, off the play area and onto the background, which I now know continues endlessly offscreen. Other than that, this game is amazing.


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KeihlKeihl

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a fun little sprite game with leveling up, strategy, resource management, and isomorphic layout.
The basic method of game-play makes this easy to pick up and play with no need for the tutorial, for the veteran. Kids should enjoy the easy interface that can be operated with just a mouse with or without a few keys. The design is decent with a lot of banal familiarity. You're either a mage or a warrior, and your choices of weapons in early levels are very limited until you get into later stages. Enemies have decent variety in nature and levels. Obelisks provide power-ups or healing that help in boss battles.
Levels are designed as rooms that you clear.
While this is not the most original game, it is a fun way to spend your time, and as free games go, is really good.



WolfgangDSWolfgangDS

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I don't normally like games with an isometric viewpoint, but using my mouse instead of WASD or the arrows actually made this playable for me. Overall a very cool game. I especially enjoyed all the little mechanics one would consider when optimizing their character, especially the presence of the DPS stat.

I do, however, have one MAJOR complaint: That there's a maximum character level. I mean, if I could completely upgrade the character, that wouldn't be a problem. Unfortunately, that's not the case. Once I learn that a game like this caps your upgrades, I tend to lose interest.