Faerie Caves II
How to Play
To move Quaglor use the arrow keys. You have to find your way around all 19 caves, collecting keys and diamonds to earn more points. To complete a level you must find the Purple Key which will unlock the door to the next cave.
|You can move these items around. Just be careful, or else you might get squished or set off the wrong switch.|
|The only way to destroy solid tiles (top example) is with dynamite. You can walk through the non-solid tiles (bottom example). However, they do hold back boulders and balloons.|
|Use a torch to ignite a bundle of dynamite. Take care not to stand too close, though. Green dynamite bundles have the added benefit of destroying all the objects around them. (Which may or may not be good.)|
|Keys will allow you to open up treasure chests and doors.|
|Putting something on top of a pad will cause all the closed gates to open and open gates to close. Boulders and balloons will achieve this.|
|Once it's been triggered, a spike trap will block your pathway and kill you if you're in its way. That's why it's important to try and pass them as quickly as possible. Note that you should tap the key to get through quickly, instead of holding it down.|
Holding down the Ctrl key while moving will allow Quaglor to move through non-solid tiles without destroying them and over collectibles without taking them, though it will cause him to die if he moves onto a solid tile.
Typing quaglor during game play will automatically forward you to the next level! You won't get any points for the level being skipped, though you will retain any points you have already earned.
Wondering which level you are missing those last few points on? Thanks to fury_of_the_flames, we have a handy table for you!
|Level||Level Score||Cumulative Score|
Faerie Caves II is one of a small set of games that don't follow the standard "top 17 get a trophy" framework that most games have, even though its High Score Table looks that way. How it actually works is that any player who has posted the maximum score of 1,520 at the time that trophies are awarded will automatically receive the Gold trophy, regardless of their position on the High Score Table!
Additionally, the maximum scores collectively take up only the Gold Trophy spots. What that means is that the next 5 scores below the maximum score actually receive a Silver Trophy, and the next 9 scores after those receive Bronze! You don't have to be in the top 17 to get a trophy; in fact, you don't even necessarily have to be close. Pretty nifty!
This game guide was written by: Mazzi & Kataklysmos