Solomon’s Keep

Be warned, I have only played this game in kid mode. Why? Because the graphic of the wizard kid poofing out of existence and having his hat float down to the ground kind of freaked me out. If you put that to the side……. the game is so freaking awesome. O_O Of course, I haven’t tried it in any harder modes, but I don’t care! I had a lot of fun. 😀

You can purchase a staff, rings, and potions to help you with your journey up through Solomon’s keep, and you can sell items for coins as well. Coins can also get you experience and be used to upgrade your skills. In the keep, you basically just wander around destroying enemies (though if you have the map up, you can defeat all the enemies and have some little voice go “this floor is clean”). There’s skeletons (of course), corpses that aren’t really too freaky, demons, weird little imp-type thingies that look like fireballs, and then these dudes made out of shadow that you don’t see until you hit them or they hit you. The demons are either small, or large. And for the skeletons, they’re either normal, burning, wizard ones, or they can hit you with poison, some sort of freezing thing, fireballs, or electricity.

And then you reach Solomon, who has a shield around himself and a wicked scythe (honestly, I want to own that thing!) He can also summon different enemies from the various floors (if I remember correctly, he mostly summoned skeletons), and once you beat him, you earn tons of coins. Oh yeah, and the other bosses are pretty cool too. I’d like to own Bone Daddy. 😛

This is a game to play late at night, or on a car ride when you’re bored and want to suck up the time you have available to play with your battery power. Because once the battery is gone, then you can use your imagination and brainstorm for books or other things! 😀 At least, if you’re like me you can. XD

– LCD

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About Adaraschia

I'm an aspiring author and lover of mythology. And wolves and my sister's Apple Cobbler. And horse stuff. And... [signal blocked]
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