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By the way, I see you have a Gothic style Cyrillic font for the Russian: would people who read Cyrillic be able to read it easily, or at least as easily as people who read Latin characters would be able to read the Gothic versions of them?

I was wanting to make a Gothic style Cyrillic font myself, and was wondering if anyone would be able to read it. I love the Cyrillic script.

Exactly the kind of game that should be made.

The difficulty level and type by the way is comparable to some scientifically tested mental exercise games I have tried.

The game is very smooth, with high quality graphics. Two other very good games I have played that had high quality graphics that worked surprisingly well also suggested Russian influence. What game-making programs do they use in Russia? I want to use them...

I have gotten to level 120 so far, though I have also used up my rye bread.

Splendid! Let me know if you if you find any problems (or if, you know, everything is great)!

What browser are you using? Are cookies disabled on it do you know?

Hm, I am unable to replicate this error... Thank you for letting me know though!

So sorry for not seeing that! Though I should have thought of it myself too. Thank you so much for not disqualifying the original version!

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Let me know how far you get (or if it is too boring)!

I am thinking of putting at least one of the hints in the description since there is a spot that is probably impossible without it. Basically the hint is a list of the items you are looking for, and there is a spot where it is mathematically unlikely to find what you are looking for if you don't have the list. So yes, I will go add it.

Oh sorry, I just found out my other game I linked to was broken! It's fixed now. It is larger than this one, and more difficult if you do not use the hints.

Thank you Maumann! 

Once they get approved you can download some of the sounds I made for the game from Freesound.org. Meanwhile they and a lot of other sounds I have used can be downloaded on Archive.org

I saw your game in Four Mile Circus's video, and I liked the art and music, but we can't play it because we do not use Windows. Have you heard of Twine? I think you might like it. Its what I use for my games (using the SugarCube format).

You can go inside the Encyclopedia if you get a perfect score and find the Easter egg! The kobold head was from a brainstorm session; the other three were thought of more easily. In the brainstorm my sister thought of a taser moustache, which I am definitely going to use in another adventure!

I am happy you liked it! It was quite fun to watch you play (I like your voice by the way!).

I see I probably should not have put in the fullscreen button since the game itself does not expand; and anyway, I like how it looks in its little box (which is foursquare, incidentally).  My other game is more suited for fullscreen.

The book weapon is a sort of statement: what combats fear and darkness even more than a cannon? (Of course this is usually not by smashing things with a book; though this adds the statement that the bigger the book the better!)

The other day I added this sound effect when you get the cannon.