Escape from Castle Dragonstone

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Escape from Castle Dragonstone Instructions

Control your character, Lev, by pointing and clicking where you want him to walk to - pointing and clicking with the left mouse button will do just about everything else, too. Try to solve the riddles of Castle Dragonstone so you can escape; the menu at the top of the screen will let you inspect items, grab items, use the map, center the screen, and later on use spells when you have a spell caster. On the upper-right part of the screen, you'll be able to save and load games, check your quests, and make your way back to the main menu.

Escape from Castle Dragonstone Walkthrough

Escape from Castle Dragonstone is a unique flash RPG game for one reason - the riddles you'll have to solve in it are difficult. They actually make you think, and they follow logic pretty well; this makes the game entertaining, but since the walking speed of your character is painfully slow, you'll have to spend quite a bit of time playing this RPG game to complete it.

You control Lev, a young boy that's been stuck in Castle Dragonstone with no way out. There's a short tutorial at the beginning of the game that explains all the controls, but the riddles you'll first encounter may seem a little tricky if you're new to the genre. The first riddle in the game is found in the tutorial - there, you'll have to pick up a rock and smash a trap door with it. Although this first riddle is quite simple, the following riddles are not.

You'll also have to fight monsters and enemies while you're escaping Castle Dragonstone - the battle system is turned based, and as long as you have something equipped on Lev, they shouldn't be too much of a hassle. There is a lot of clicking in combat, since each click will move you closer to the enemy, and battles start when you first see the enemy.

As the game progresses, you'll gain two more companions - if you make it that far. Castle Dragonstone, while having painfully slow moments, stands out from a lot of other RPG games - there are real riddles that require real thinking, and it's actually enjoyable.