Ghost House Mar 18, 2005 5:42:06 GMT
Post by Stan on Mar 18, 2005 5:42:06 GMT
Well, takes a bit of time to get used to it. Here's a tip, first run around and get an idea of where all the coffins are. Try to ONLY attack enemies by jumping on them, I'll explain why in a sec. Then, keep walking around. When you see a dagger-like object flying at you, jump on top of it and you'll collect it. You need this, and a key (which you get from killing a random monster) to take on the Dracs. Once you open the coffin, just take your time hitting the bat and or Drac in real form. Three hits in the first level and they're done. Kill all five, collect the treasures they leave, and exit da house. Now then, make sure to try to save the dagger thing ONLY for the Dracs, because you can only swing that shizniat like 10 times or so. Thus, if you kill enemies with it you'll eventually lose it and have to find one again. Jump on them instead. It's a great game, in my opinion. When I first played it awhile ago I was like what the, because it was a bit hard to get into. I love everything about it, the graphics, the music, even the funny little squeaking sound of the little chap's feet. The similarities between the levels really didn't bother me. I mean, if you look at early NES greats, like Ice Climber, all the levels are essentially the same, it's the gameplay that gets you, just excellent. But, and that was a good example, the only problem I have with Ghost House is the controls. For the love of god why did they program some games with reversed buttons where the jump button is on the left instead of the right? It's just not a natural feeling set-up. Oh well, I love this game. Must beat. How many levels are there?