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Adventure of Lady Slashalot

by Creative Sectors - Jam Entry

Adventure of Lady Slashalot

Well, start with something interesting. It's Kardfogú here in the colors of the Creative Sectors. This time it's all by myself as our leader is working hard on other projects.

Btw, combat: you grab a sword, figure out which thing it can kill and touch it. If you picked the good sword, the monster will die.

Serious - and short - Description:

Seriously, this is an extremely short RPG-like game thingy where you have to dodge the monsters, grab the sword, kill the right monster with it and then, grab another sword and kill another monster! That's all.

The game has 4 hidden endings, but I'm telling you how to find these so that you can check for yourselves:
#1 Defeat 3 out of the 4 monsters.
#2 Equip a weapon that can't kill the 4th monster.
#3 Walk up to the 4th monster and fail to kill it.
That way you gain an ending in which 3 monsters are dead and the 4th calms down after taking you as a sacrifice. Neighboria is saved, but your fate depends on which monster defeats you.

!SPOILER ALERT! Gallery shows secret endings:

Let's continue with some Anti-Description!

The nextest generation RPG, Adventure of Lady Slashalot brings everyone the realest and fullest RPG experience ever. Released for windows and consoles so new they don't even exist, Adventure of Lady Slashalot continues - actually starts - the Slashalot saga with an epic story to behold.

Play as Princess Slashalot the warrior princess of Neighboria and save the world from legions of monsters by smiting the most powerful foes ever seen in video game history.

- Up to 2 minutes of exciting gameplay!
- Wondrous items of might and magic, the game contains as much as 5 different items!
- Slightly underdressed female protagonist!
- Mythologically accurate - that is to say underdressed - female monsters!
- Kinda high quality sounds and music!
- Animated grass, because it's very important!
- Not-so-linear nearly-sandbox-like-ish gameplay!
- Secret endings!
- The base game includes 4 different types of enemies!
- Bonus free holiday DLC included: Mr. Snowman.

Downloads and Links




Dec 8, 2014 @ 7:43pm


Extra special mega-thanks for my grandma for being awesome and feeding me for ~25 years, especially now. She worked hard so that I won't starve to death while developing this game. Not to mention the industrial amount of tea I consumed.

Supreme thanks to Near for slapping mah face virtually, so that I don't give up. Not to mention her help with testing.
Another healthy amount of thanks to Morgoroth who worked a bit as creative staff and the tentacle-supervisor. Yep, the only tentacle monster in the game was his idea. Not mine.
Mega-thanks to XenoDragon - a friend of mine and the leader of Creative Sectors - for this chance to prove myself.

Special thanks to kittens of the world. Kitties are awesome, badass and cute.

Ted Brown says ...
Dec 10, 2014 @ 1:35am

Couldn't figure out how to swing a sword once I equipped it...

Dec 10, 2014 @ 3:18pm

@ Ted Brown: Just touch stuff.

Thalikoth says ...
Dec 10, 2014 @ 7:26pm

The game was very enjoyable. The gameplay itself isn't very exciting, but the dialogues make up for it.

Dec 10, 2014 @ 7:32pm

Did not expect to kill the snowman :P Nice entry.

cxsquared says ...
Dec 11, 2014 @ 2:06am

The animations and writing were really good. The game was a little basic but the idea was good. Nice work.

Chaoseed says ...
Dec 11, 2014 @ 6:11am

Well, it's playable, that much I can say. ;) It was sort of amusing, though there wasn't much to it. At least you came up with something, though!

(Hey, I've got an idea; the 'whisp' is really a lightning elemental, and the sand sword 'grounds' it! Eh? Eh?)

Dec 13, 2014 @ 10:49am

Thank you for your positive feedback!
Naturally I'm the writer of the Creative Sectors, this was an exciting challange for me, drawing and composing as well.

@Chaoseed: Yeah, kinda works like that, it's just a Pokémon joke that Flying type is normally immune to Ground attacks. =^-^=

Cake&Code says ...
Dec 15, 2014 @ 3:35pm

Very cool story, loved that it had multiple endings! Not gonna lie, I thought the game title was "Adventure of Lady Slashdot"

rzuf says ...
Dec 15, 2014 @ 10:16pm

Awesome! A full fledged RPG with multiple endings! :D
After killing the snowman I was like "NOOOOO I DIDN'T MEAN TO".
Well played.

freaknarf says ...
Dec 16, 2014 @ 5:33pm

First time it's possible to have multiple virginity inside your inventory :))) hahaha music was weird too... Great :] BTW about java i hate it too ; with Mozilla, to enjoy GameJolt quickplay i had to check "ask me each time", for personal certificates in advanced options. It was working fine until i installed Java 8 to play LD games i think, then i had to do this (once again). Anyway my game's quickplay takes more than 5 minutes to load with java so it's very annoying, getting the .exe is way better.
Cheers ! Hail to your grandma !

xaedes says ...
Dec 19, 2014 @ 2:41pm

That game had some funny moments. I like that it is complete and even has multiple endings (succubus ftw)
Nice writing.

Dec 20, 2014 @ 6:54pm

Thank you guys!
I really hoped you'll like it just as much as liked creating it! I'm sooo happy now! X)

maxmetallica says ...
Dec 29, 2014 @ 9:22pm

nice work

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