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ARROWS / DPAD = move/push
X/ A button = attack (after sword get)
Z/ X button = menu back
TAB/ SELECT = suicide

A puzzle game inspired by Adventures of LOLO.

Push the statues around. Push them into water to create bridges. Collect crystals. CAREFUL- when you collect all of the crystals, the statues come to life. Grab the sword from the chest to POWER UP. Use the sword to destroy your enemies and open the trap door. Defeat all 20 floors to clear the MAZE WARD.

- player's movement is now grid based
- fixed some minor bugs

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i, really like the idea that you use your enemies to achieve your goals in this....

I loved it! Still cracking my brain over here. Weird thing to say, but I laughed at "suicide" button at first, and now that's the only thing I'm clicking. The art and the music are awesome. Really great job!

I thought this game was pretty good. I admit it's not great, as I wish there was more action. Happy Pixel Day 2020! I guess I'm not that good at puzzle games. Still, there's some action going on. The graphics are pretty nice.

It's just not that memorable. The music was very nice too. Wow, these games have a lot of views for something just made today! You should be proud of yourself! The colors are okay.

Fretzone responds:

It was made last year for pixel day 2019. Thanks for playing t

Stuck at lv 16 and it's a shame I couldn't finish it, but it was a great experience anyway :D
I'm not really into puzzle games, but Maze Ward's graphics, sounds, gameplay and the puzzles are as retro as it gets and were executed spot on. Congrats on such a cool game :O

Very frustrating, because re-doing everything each time you die is just boring. The concept is nice, a less frustrating game is totally possible if you invent other puzzle.
Maybe the game should give some element of forshadowing, so the player doesn't have to do every mistake possible before completing a level.