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You can play the updated version with the Stranglethorn Fever expansion here: http://www.newgrounds.com /portal/view/574187

I've always wanted to play a Murloc on World of Warcraft, but I knew that wasn't going to happen... So I created my own game! I've been secretly developing an RPG engine for months, which includes:

20 Talents,
50+ Items,
Lots of enemies to battle,
Lots of areas to explore,
And a fully developed storyline!

Over 1 hour of gameplay, this is a full RPG developed on Flash. If you're not into RPGs, please consider the work put into this game when you vote. WARNING: You must have Flash Player 8!

*NOTE: Most people think the game froze when you get the message "Yes I'm ready, Give me a few minutes" The game did NOT freeze. Kagle is asking you if you're ready. You should click on either "Yes, I'm ready" or "Give me a few minutes."

Controls (available in-game):
A and D or Arrows to move Left and Right
Hold Control to run.
Use Spacebar to interact.

15/03/2006 - Fixed minor bug regarding the hidden challenge.
16/03/2006 - Fixed another minor bug regarding the hidden challenge! (silly typos)


I really enjoyed it

Well, to start off, first NG game EVER played by me. It's an overall pretty good game, but DEFINITELY more damage per attack. Better animations and sound effects would be nice, but I loved it. I don't know quite why completely... I hope 2 play 2 soon!

nice game but there are a few things u could do to make it better like have him run instead of walk all the time and speed up the game with more damage per attack

When i clicked i thought ' I'm a Murloc ABLURBLUBURLBL ' And i was right cuz he said it... Well without the I'm a Murloc part... But still And the music when i start... So sad ;_; . Oh yeah i just remembered i played this game like... 5 years ago...

nice gane

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4.28 / 5.00

Mar 15, 2006
6:21 PM EST
Adventure - RPG
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