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December 30, 2017

worm dungeon [browser]

You will need to be both clever and observant to find your way out of the Worm Dungeon by Daniel Linssen.

14 comments:

Nat R. said...

I got up to Level 4 where I'll fall a long way if I mess up, but I didn't get the number machine. I'm sure the gibberish guy is trying to help me maybe even give me directions, but I can't figure out "ingo, ondara, lim lim, ondara..."

Ghotmohog said...

Look over the first levels, you'll find an hint in their design.

Caroline Higley said...

starting liking the game then to be honest got a bit bored of falling through the floor lol

veewee said...

I'm with you Caroline!

Best wishes for the new year everyone!

Joel said...

This one was fun- some music would've been nice but I liked exploring. :-)

Anonymous said...

Do not guess the numbers 123, 69,or 420. Spoiler guess seven hundred forty five.

Anonymous said...

Skipped the number puzzle (couldn't figure it out) and muscled through falling until I got through the final maze to the end. Finished the game without completing the number puzzle.

Anonymous said...

Was anyone able to give the 'beautiful crown' to the worm by falling into the compartment that had the crown ?
I made it out without doing it, but wondered if that could be done.

Joel said...

^Yeah Anon, it was from the upper hole in the 3rd room on Level 2.

Anonymous said...

Fun game! The logic puzzle with the three scamps gave me a problem because I misread the instructions as "at least one of them will lie to you". I even managed to find the secret bonus ending.

Bobo The Bear said...

Great game. Enjoyed playing it through the first time, then going back and replaying and learning how to correctly solve for all the places I brute forced my way through. And thank you (Anonymous above) for cluing me in that there was a bonus ending. It took me a while, but I enjoyed finding it. There's also a hidden creature with a sarcastic tone who gives you a "prize" (that's really no prize at all) just past the number puzzle room.

rice fandom said...

I absolutely love this game! the numbers part was tricky and i eventually looked it up in the comments here, but putting numbers like 911 was really funny. I also found out that you could escape the dungeon without giving the crown to the worm. What was that for anyway? It was a fun puzzling game and even though it was tedious it was an enjoyable tediousness!

Nat R. said...

The only reason you would need to give the worm the crown would be to find the secret entrance to the very low level to get a diamond. Still not sure what the diamonds are for, and you can't tell where they were once you've collected them. But I'm reasonably sure that anyone who tried to brute-force the final hole puzzle will have found that area anyway. (The giant worm scared me away from trying.)

Will Stanwyx said...

The "ingo, ondara..." speech can actually be correctly translated using trial and error. Specifically:
* "ingo" means right
* "onda" means up
* "lim" means left
* the suffix "ra"/"ro" means twice

 

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