PALADIN: the Game

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1- THE GAME autosaves as you play, saving where you are, your potions, levels, etc, so feel free to leave and come back later
2- CONTROLS are changable! OH and if youre confused when you get flight, SPACE is up, F is down and land. THERE IS a controls menu
3- BEST VIEWED in a popup window, due to some use of the mouse wheel
4- SOME PEOPLE are having trouble loading the game at all. it MIGHT be to do with how NG brings up the flash on the same page. try it in popup window, or on jazzastudios.com

Here it is! the PALADIN game!
Play as Auron and experience the action of the PALADIN series first hand in this fast paced sidescroller

-Completely customizable controls
-Unlockable cheats and special characters
-Animations and minimovies between each Act
-6 Bosses, 9 Acts
-Spells, Attack combos, a levelling system + MORE!!

For those who get a little confused or lost in the game regarding controls and objectives, theres a handy little mini-toolbox on the left of the in game screen. (T = tips, Q = quality, S = sound)
In this toolbox you can change settings and access tips without leaving the game.

Big thanks to Tom Fulp, Newgrounds, Edwyn and Lucien for their voice work, and HUGE PROPS TO MOONKEY! for being the best coder around!



Right now I'm only giving 3 stars, but that may very well go up since I only got though Stage One at present. This game has everything one would come to expect from a top notch RPG: Engaging story, a lone hero on a quest to purge the world of evil, a wise cracking companion (albeit a talking crow).

The one and only gripe I have is just a minor one. I know that the default button tie for your attack is the RMB click, I HATE having to do that since I don't have much movement in my right arm anymore due to an accident so I love the fact that you can change the button commands, it's A LOT easier for me to just use keyboard controls.

I know you have to use the mouse to turn around and I'm fine with that but I also noticed that the mouse position also dictates at what height you swing your sword at. I actually died from one of those zombie dogs in the first stage because my sword strikes were going above them.

I'm not sure if you'll be able to do this...but if at all possible if someone chooses to use all keyboard controls in the options menu to move and attack see if you can have the game "auto-correct" so that you can hit enemies that are either man sized or lower to the ground--like the dogs--without having to make minor adjustments with the mouse. Other than that you have a stellar game her and I'm surprised it took me this long to find it, I'm going to be putting quite a few of hours into this one.

Thank you in advance if you can find anyway to accommodate my suggestion.

A classic,what else could can i say.

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I'm a huge fan of Paladins in D&D games, and I love the way this game portrays the character, his divine connection and his mission.

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I love this game, but is a little hard, in my view point...

A good game, and a great way to kill a little time. I like how the story doesn't drag out forever, and this is a more abridged version of many similar RPG type games. The final boss kind of pissed me off, but that made it that much more satisfying when I killed it.

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4.29 / 5.00

Dec 23, 2007
1:54 AM EST
Action - Fighting - Brawler
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