Tiny Dangerous Dungeons
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Timmy returns in a new Game Boy inspired metroidvania adventure! Explore a huge dungeon, collect hidden powerups and gain new skills to aid you in your quest! Can Timmy survive the dangerous dungeons and find the presumably huge treasure?
Use Arrow keys or WASD to move, jump, enter doors and use statues
use X and K to throw knives when you get them
Use Esc to pause the game and view inventory and map
M to mute/unmute music
Tip1. Save often. Dying makes you lose all progress since last save and statues are the only way to get back health.
Tip2. There are 2 hidden Life Fruits in the dungeon that increase your maximum health. Keep your eyes open for hidden doors.
woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooow very nice
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The final boss is the only part of this game that I outright dislike. The challenge here is entirely owed to having to do that final stretch of overworld without getting hit, then having to work with the fact that your guy can't throw knives upward and has a massive hitbox (something that made the arrow dispensers more annoying).
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Ok, finally beaten this game. As I said before it definitely has a nice Game Boy feel to it, both musically and graphically. It has very good platforming but it isn't much of a metroidvania since it was so short (although it is a metroidvania, nonetheless). It has nice music, nice graphics, nice controls, nice gameplay and the only bug that I found in this game is that you can still activate the knife sound by pressing the knife button when you're dead, opening a treasure or saving. I guess the only real problem with this game is that it's too short! But I loved every second of it. This is by far the best free to play browser game made with Stencyl that I played. Thanks for the entertainment ;)
It's so GameBoy. Love it! Long live the retro games <3
Good game, but it can be better if it had a checkpoint in the final door.
Nice game! I love this small retro style :^)
Quite a nice game, but I must suggest adding a format to the beginning like adding an intro with a start button and instructions