After a long war, "Artuo" the Knight found a book of magic and he used it to travel into the dream world along with his companion "Red" a fire goblin. But something went wrong and they ended up in different times and places inside the dream forest...Read full description
“The art style of the game including the characters are just lovely, with a pretty impressive classical soundtrack that would sound good on any device”
[Indie Retro News]
“Red Goblin: Cursed Forest could very well be a winner, a tough-as-nails platform adventure – Metroidvania.”
[Alpha Beta Gamer]
“If you enjoy a bit of masochism in your spare time, the brutal and unforgiving 2D platforming of Red Goblin: Cursed Forest looks to challenge and reward you in equal measure”
After a long war, "Artuo" the Knight found a book of magic and he used it to travel into the dream world along with his companion "Red" a fire goblin. But something went wrong and they ended up in different times and places inside the dream forest...
Venture into the darkness of the Dream Forest and discover why it's now called "Cursed". Meet interesting characters in a psychological adventure, solve puzzles and learn all about the story of Artuo, the knight who wants to be a wizard; Red, a fire goblin that was summoned by Artuo; Melchior, the wizard of dreams and his companions.
Explore 3 worlds; the Ice Caverns of Magi, the Cursed Forest, and the Nightmare Factory
Eerie musical soundtrack
Secret Areas and abilities
Magical pixel art world hand placed (No procedural worlds. Everything was placed by a human being)
NEW* Elemental powers to unlock; Fire and Thunder
NEW* Completely redone code and graphics system
NEW* Boss Sprites and boss AI
Overall this game is not bad, it reminds me a lot of games like N+ or I want to be the guy, where the game really doesn't hold your hand and just lets you learn through trial and error. It's decent enough for the money and a bit of a nostalgia trip to old school platforming games.
The slopes are kinda annoying but the game itself wasn't too hard. All you basically do is complete stages collecting diamonds in a mario type super nintendo fashion. Soothing OST and is relatively short like most games of it's genre are. If you are still a super nintendo person then this game is for you.
This game is a fantastic NES type game with simple yet stylistic atmosphere, a perfect blend of relaxing and frustrating.The slope jump mechanics add to the difficulty of an already intense game.The soundtrack is catchy and addictive. Even though the game is short, 5-6 hours max, its money well spent. 9\10
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