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William The Conqueror

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Jan 9, 2015 | 4:11 AM EST

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First Blood 5 Points Kill the first enemy
Freezer 10 Points Freeze 10 enemies
Newbie 10 Points Make 100 hits
Surfer 25 Points Visit our sponsor's site
Fireman 50 Points Cast 50 fireballs
Killer 50 Points Kill 100 enemies
Master 50 Points Destroy 40 waves
Golderman 100 Points Earn 45K gold
Hero 100 Points Save princess
Rambo 100 Points Deal 175K damage

Author Comments

Once upon a time, and a very good time it was, there was a kingdom and ... blah blah blah. In short, you are a knight, there is a princess far away from you. And you should kill all of the monsters appearing on your way. Earn money to upgrade your warrior, click to deal more damage, get achievements and save the princess.

And remember, your fairy tail should end in that way: " and they lived happy...” Blah-blah-blah! Everybody know what is next.

You can upgrade your knight while the game is paused.

Only mouse
Hot keys:
Z, X - to use skills
P - to pause/resume
Space - the same action as mouse

========== Jan 10 Update =======
Hi guys!

We just have added the medals!
Now you can beat the monsters and receive the achievements on NG!
p.s. Great apologize for data reset :( But it was needed for making all the medals



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Simple yet addicting. Can't wait to see what else you come up with.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

nice and short with upgrades, it´s nice but a bit unbalanced, thanks for medals.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

simple, but addicting


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Twas a fun game. I only took off half a star because it would've been good to have a defense upgrade for when the enemies gang up on me.

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Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

This game feels like it tries to be an automatic game like Cookie Clicker or Click Hero, but it also expects the player to be actively clicking to increase damage and cast spells. The game demands attention when it should be progressing without active participation. The character will loop the same levels, earning money and dying, returning back a few levels and repeating his action. Upgrades are mandatory rather than bonuses, meaning here is no progress unless upgrades are purchased.

As for an action or adventure game, it's a bad game in those regards too. There is no action other than clicking to make numbers go higher and there's no adventure at all. The character goes in a straight line.

I say avoid this game. The art might make it look nice, but it's too demanding for no substance.