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Fresh goblins made to order!

Carefully pour a mixture of potions into the cauldron to cook up the requested goblin!

Programming - Tom Vian
Art & Design - Adam Vian
Art & Design - Catherine Unger

"Malt Shop Bop" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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can someone tell me how to play the game

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why i cant play this game?

I loved this little casual game sooo much, especially the graphics! All the goblins and characters just looked so cute, regardless if they were happy, shocked or angry! I can totally see that one evolved in a bigger, longer game - it has just so much potential. Congratulations to the 5th place in the Ludum Dare 40, well deserved! <3 That's why I happily wrote an article about it and included it in our GOTY 2017 list. :) I also made a little gameplay video of it, in the hope that more people might try it out. Thanks for your work, looking forward to your games in the future!

Best wishes,
Sebastian

I can't get the thin facial expressions that it wants. I can only get the cartoon-ish face. Is there anything I am doing wrong?

I like this a lot, but I think some of the potions could be more clear in what they do. I still can't figure out what "Hench Haunch" does.

It makes the legs more muscly. (It is easier to see the longer the legs are)

Thank

I have flash but I can't run this game in my browser or the app :(

Gorgeous and fun! This is really enjoyable to play around with. Splendid work! :D

This game was so fun! It was a nice figuring out how each potion made different goblins. And the art was so cute too :D

Visuals are nice, very original concept as well.

It's fun to play with the different combinations, this would be cool to see as a bigger project in the future with even more options.

I liked it.

This is a ton of fun and I just love the idea and art style!