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Author: randxian
Posted: July 16, 2009 (08:55 PM)
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Despite the monotony, I've enjoyed Gauntlet for the most part.

I probably wouldn't mind an easy Gauntlet, but it sounds like everything in this game is ridiculously easy. Although I suppose you wouldn't have to necessarily exploit the game's inability to spawn more than eight monsters.

Even though I rarely find someone to play with, I have to agree removing multi player is a stupid idea, especially in this day and age. I could almost forgive this on the original Game Boy, but not the Game Boy Advance. Totally unacceptable.


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Author: solarlord
Posted: September 27, 2009 (09:03 AM)
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I'm an Italian fan: I'm sorry to disturb you but in these days I'm playing to Gauntlet Dark Legacy with my Gameboy Advance: substantially I agree with your reviews (with few euros I'd find a better game...) but in every case I'd finish this game so I wish to ask you how to pass the Maze of Illusion level in the Dream World because I haven't found any cheats about on the web: could you help me please? Thanks!

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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: September 28, 2009 (12:27 PM)
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That level's the final one before the boss of that world, right? If so, it's a tricky one in that it's large with a ton of corridors that all look the same. It's really just a matter of going down each path until you find the exit. Since I don't have a map of the level, I really can't give much better advice, but I do recall it taking me a long time to find the exit. I could see an area above me that still had monsters (and so I hadn't been there before), but it took forever for me to find the path that led me to that area.

Oh, and with you being where you are in the game, make sure you got all the magic stones (or whatever they're called). If, after you completed a level, you see something that looks like a rock on the portal into it, you missed that level's stone (NOTE: not all level's have them). To fight the final boss, you need to get all the stones. And be aware of this: if my memory serves me correctly, the level with the fake final boss has one of those stones.

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