You play for two courageous dwarves embarked on a dangerous adventure. One of them is a magician and the other is a warrior. With the help of various weapons they are to sweep the Evil out of the ancient caves and let the dwarves come back and resume
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Description: The underground kingdom is in deep trouble. The Great Evil came and drove the poor dwarves out of their home. The elders had a meeting and decided to send two brave dwarves to fight and defeat the Evil.
You play for two courageous dwarves embarked on a dangerous adventure. One of them is a magician and the other is a warrior. With the help of various weapons they are to sweep the Evil out of the ancient caves and let the dwarves come back and resume work.
On the way the dwarves can pick up Power Orbs: Fire, Water, Air, and Earth. Power orbs are the sources of incantations and can be used as weapons if powered up by diamonds.
You can collect four types of diamonds:
" Green for Earth
" Red for Fire
" Blue for Water
" White for Air
Each diamond adds 5 energy units to your orb. Light Blue adds 3 units to Air and Water orbs, Purple adds 3 units to Fire and Earth. Each orb has three levels. Step by step will have by 12 different incantations for each of the dwarves!
The dwarves come to the finale after completing a great number of levels. On each level they have to find 3 diamond keys (Green, Red, White) to unlock the large stone door.
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