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The Adventures of Prince Ivan
A Russian Fairy tale

Version 2.0
Now with Skip option for Maze -- IF you've already completed it once.


Rated PG
Best viewed at 1366x768

Once upon a time in old Russia, a Tsar was having his Golden Apples stolen by a rather unusual thief.
That's were the story began, but not at all where it ended.



In this story you will meet several different characters.

Tsar Vyslav and his three sons...



Prince Ivan and Princess Elena...



Baba Yaga, an inherited position.



And the Great Gray Wolf.



Of course, along the way there are minor challenges...





--with minor consequences.



Celebrations...



-- and setbacks.



4 possible Endings.
-- However, certain 'decisions' tend to lead to the same ending.

Tip:
-- Don't choose wisely. :)

I hope you enjoy the story!

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Download Version 1.2 from MediaFire 263 MB

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Graphics, Story, and Character Art by me.
Proofread and test-played by the brilliant AntiquedFae!

Image source: Wikimedia
-- Featuring many long dead Russian Masters. Here are a few...

Ivan Bilibin
Boris Zvorykin
Ivan Shishkin
Viktor Vasnetsov
Yefim Volkov

Also featuring Music written & directed by Igor Stravinsky
-- Recorded in 1945

Statistics:
The game contains:
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2,924 dialogue blocks
26,119 words
19 menus
610 images
15 screens

Fair warning: This is a long game. It takes a while to play.

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Well this looks interesting. You outdid yourself with the clothing designs and art direction. I'll give it a playthrough when I get some time.
author=Clareain_Christopher
Well this looks interesting. You outdid yourself with the clothing designs and art direction. I'll give it a playthrough when I get some time.
I look forward to your opinion!
-- Fair Warning: this game takes several hours to go through!
Hi! I am Russian and just couldn't pass by your project. Now this is real gift on New Year for me!
That was my opinion in whole. Now the details.
Art: it is too magnificent for such tiny game but still it is really old good Slavic fashion which warms my heart, well, with a bit of animé. About manga faces - they fit almost well, but eyes of main protagonists (Ivan, Wolframe and Elena), could be more simply cute not suspiciously taut (well that is how I see them).
Music: I couldn't imagine how good Russian classical melody could fit in games, you kinda opened it for me. All samples you took excellently fit the moments, especially in tense situations.
Story: It's kind of comedy/drama mix which I really like. You took old fairy tale motives added modern comedy with some stuff to think about (for exmp. about wishes). Well it went out good enough. I enjoyed several routes of story (thanks for saving and skip options) and 2 endings already. Special thanks for Crush, Kill and Destroy! And, yeah, I think that Baba Yaga's super oven saves that world, but I really long for real Man character. Maybe we'll see it in next part :) ?

Thank you!

author=filtre
Hi! I am Russian and just couldn't pass by your project. Now this is real gift on New Year for me! That was my opinion in whole.

I'm glad you enjoyed the game!

author=filtre
Now the details.
Art: it is too magnificent for such tiny game...

What...?! LOL! I have seen much better art on much smaller games.

author=filtre
...but still it is really old good Slavic fashion which warms my heart, well, with a bit of animé.

I did indeed do quite a bit of research on what they actually wore back then. I'm glad you noticed! Yes, it's a little stylized, but then, this is a fairy tale.

author=filtre
About manga faces - they fit almost well, but eyes of main protagonists (Ivan, Wolframe and Elena), could be more simply cute not suspiciously taut (well that is how I see them).

Cute...? Err, I don't quite understand.

author=filtre
Music: I couldn't imagine how good Russian classical melody could fit in games, you kinda opened it for me. All samples you took excellently fit the moments, especially in tense situations.

I'm really glad you liked the music and the way I used it in the story. I adore classical music, and Stravinsky's in particular, so I wanted to show off its full potential.

author=filtre
Story: It's kind of comedy/drama mix which I really like. You took old fairy tale motives added modern comedy with some stuff to think about (for exmp. about wishes). Well it went out good enough. I enjoyed several routes of story (thanks for saving and skip options) and 2 endings already.

I'm thrilled that you liked what I did with the story.

author=filtre
Special thanks for Crush, Kill and Destroy!

You're very welcome. Sadly, no one gets that joke anymore.

author=filtre
And, yeah, I think that Baba Yaga's super oven saves that world...

I certainly think so!

author=filtre
...but I really long for real Man character. Maybe we'll see it in next part :) ?

Uh.... What is a "real man character"? I don't think I've heard that term before.
-- Wait... I'm making a next part? Are you serious? It took me over 6 months to make this one!
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