One Heck of a Guy
Background and Plot:
One of the earliest mini-games created by Artix Entertainment, LLC, Undead Assault revolves around an unnamed Paladin- you. There is no specific plot in-game; indeed, under that heading is the following:
"Do not ask us... We are simple villagers. You are the brave Paladin slaying the undead! (Psst... that really means that there was no room in the budget for a plot... so, um... come up with one... kill lots of undead... get gold and exp[erience], buy weapons, get the high score, and do not die. We will be hiding under our beds until you're done. Battle on!"
As you progress through the game, you will encounter more enemies than the original Skeletons and Flying Eyeballs. These include the Slimes, and undead Dragons, known as Dracoliches. (Dracolich? Dracolichi? A Dracolich and another Dracolich?)
The controls are quite simple, and are as follows:
Spacebar: Jump Attack.
Use Potion: Click its icon near your Health bar.
How To Play:
The game is both linear and straight-forward. The red bar in the upper-left corner is your health. A level ends when you have gained sufficient experience to level up. Gold allows you to purchase weapons and potions from Aria the Shopkeeper (available when the level ends).
The Monsters - Note: All experience given is without boosts.
Skeleton - Basic enemy. Defeat with either jump attack or standing attack. 5 EXP.
Flying Eyeball - Flying enemy, non-attacking. Defeat with jump attack. 10 EXP.
Slime - Walking enemy. Defeat with standing attack, do not jump attack. 7 EXP.
Dracolich - Flying enemy, attacking. Defeat with jump attack. 15 EXP.
The Shop - Purchase weapons and potions with gold obtained during the fight.
Ancient Ninja Blade: 500 Gold, grants 50% more EXP.
Skeletal Blade: 500 Gold, grants 50% more Gold.
Nightslayer's Blade: 3,000 Gold, grants 150% EXP.
Artix's BattleAxe: 3,000 Gold, grants 150% Gold.
Death By Chopalot: 5000 Gold, grants double experience and gold.
Health Potion: 500 Gold, restores HP to full. You can only carry one at a time.
Blast Potion: 500 Gold, kills all enemies on-screen. You can only carry one at a time.
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Time your attacks so that you have time to recover before attacking the next enemy.
Use potions by clicking on their icon near the Health bar.
Don't be too much of a miser with potions, because they're relatively cheap and you can only carry one of each type at a time. Don't squander them, however.
You can only hit a Flying Eyeball or a Dracolich with a jump attack- but don't jump if there's a Slime about! The Slime will explode and cause you damage. If you must, let the Eye go on by; it won't hurt you. The Dracolich, however, will; so be careful.
Attack the Dracolich before he can attack you. You'll have to jump-attack, but even if he seems out of range, you're likely to hit him.
< Message edited by Circe -- 9/24/2009 19:55:51 >