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Download Talesworth Arena: Death Watch(File Size ~ 4.62 MB)
Download the ZIP archive: talesworth-arena.zip
Talesworth Arena: Death Watch – Title Menu
All buttons work, new players ought to check out the instructions.
Talesworth Arena: Death Watch – Instructions
Quite a lot of text to read and digest, might not be appealing for folks who hates reading.
Talesworth Arena: Death Watch – Engineer, Psionic or Juggernaut?
Three (3) different classes or professions to choose from, each with different skills.
Talesworth Arena: Death Watch – Map
So this little place is called Talesworth and at the top is the arena for you to do battle.
Talesworth Arena: Death Watch – Training
You learn new skills here. Yes, you need gold. Come back when you level up each time.
Talesworth Arena: Death Watch – Tavern
Kinda looks and feels like an inventory and quest log menu of some sorts.
Talesworth Arena: Death Watch – Bazaar
You can buy stuff to make your hero tougher, or just loot ’em from fallen foes.
Talesworth Arena: Death Watch – Action!
Do check out what skills your enemy is using before starting the combat.
Talesworth Arena: Death Watch – Combat!
Combat consist of using skills, waiting for skills to get ready and use them again.
Talesworth Arena: Death Watch – Victory!
Yes! You won! Good! Earn gold and experience points as you win battles.
Good graphics, good game play. Might be a bit complex and slower paced for those players who prefer much simpler games and have less patience. Overall still a good game.
Engineer, Psionic or Juggernaut? Which would you rather be? Why?
Unpack the .zip file and run the .html file with a web browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc) to play the above mentioned flash game.
Flash Game Authorship Disclaimer
Please take note that I did not make the above mentioned flash game. The above mentioned flash game is made by other people and not me. I only downloaded the .swf file off some flash games portals and then repackaged the .swf file together with a .html file into a .zip file. In other words I only did some repackaging of the .swf files.