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LEVEL1 5 Points

Beat Level1

LEVEL2 5 Points

Beat LEvel 2

LEVEL3 5 Points

Beat Level 3

LEVEL4 5 Points

Beat Level 4

LEVEL5 5 Points

Beat Level 5

LEVEL6 5 Points

Beat Level 6

LEVEL7 5 Points

Beat Level 7

LEVEL8 5 Points

Beat Level 8

LEVEL9 25 Points

Beat Level 9


Last more than 150 seconds in challenge mode.

Author Comments

You don't do it for the Glory. You definitely don't do it for the rewards. In fact I'm not sure WHY you do it. But the important thing is that you DO. You are the manservant of the greatest, most manliest hero the world has ever known. And without your help he'd be pummelled into dust! Take care of his inventory while he's out adventuring and winning the hearts of the fair maidens. Behind every great hero, there is an even greater assistant!


That's original

I think this is the first game I ever played where I played the assistant. I guess it is kind of nice because he does do all the work for me! I was never really into that RPG stuff with the bars to begin with. It's great that so many popular contributors worked on this like Egoraptor and The-Super-Flash-Bros. I just loved the voice work in this, particulary with how pathetic my characer sounded. It's the perfect voice for a follower.

There were also a surprisingly good variety of things to do. You first played like a game on a board, and then a game where you bought upgrades, which was fun in itself. I guess once you get new slots, you have to of course fill them up. The music was great and so was the animation. Everything just seemed so well put together in this.

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Really good game

Great concept, pretty original, and the main idea was just brilliant!!! you didn't make me upset- AMAZING GOOD GAME- 5 STARS OF 5, AND 10 OF 10

Fun concept.

The game itself was fun, and the idea of being the inventory manager was original and made it interesting to play. I saw nothing but smooth gameplay and the voice acting was silly and fun on top of it.

The only trouble the actual game gave me was one time when I tried stacking two quivers on top of each other, the first one wouldn't add to the second (even though neither of them were full, one had two arrows and the other had three). I had to place the first quiver under the second to get it to stack for some reason. That didn't take away from the gameplay though. It was still very fun to play.

One minor bug, in case anyone cares, I was on level 9 and tied the enemy on my first attempt, then lost at the spinner and saw myself beat up with the enemy walking away, but following that it said I beat the game and displayed the ending sequence. I was able to go back to the level select screen and pick the level (which didn't display as completed) though so all ended well.

All in all great work! Keep thinking up these great original concepts because it's definitely a breath of fresh air from most of the games we see these days.

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Makes me reflect....

Lol @ ending

I like this game. Despite how its linearity makes it pretty annoying to replay levels, it makes me reflect a little on real life.

We can all look at celebrities... I personally don't give a crap about them, but think of how many times anyone would look at a celebrity, but never pay attention to the people who helped gave them the popularity.

Music videos? We all pay attention to the people in the video, but the people who put their time and effort made the video, don't really get the attention.

It's just like this pompous hero. He only got his popularity because he was given weapons by his assistants. If he was by himself, he'll be powerless with 1 point in every stat. Only because of this assistants, he got to the point of here he is now.

But... I think the idea can be applied to about everything. Ask any high school graduate. Ask them what kind of job they dream of. Ask yourself, how often you'll find a teenager say they want a job that keeps society fed or clothed. You're not gonna find a teenager who wants to keep society fed and clothed so the tertiary sector (and above) jobs can even exist. It's not just celebrities that overshadow the people who put them into a position of popularity, it applies to about everything prestigious.

We tend to pay attention to what's big and grand, but never the menial things that even made it possible. It's like a pyramid. The stone block on top is only there because there are blocks under them to support it.

I love the hidden message in this game. Good job. Now where the hell is the button for 11 stars? It's not often I bump into a game that makes me ramble for so long.

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nice but lacks something

Nice art, sounds and unique game! I haven't seen game really like this before. Got boring very fast, after lvl4 i was tired of it.

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Credits & Info

4.42 / 5.00

Jul 22, 2011
1:22 PM EDT
Skill - Other
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