Mamono Slayer walkthrough

A cute, free online game with a hero adventuring through a dungeon. It's not too combat-intensive, instead relying on simple lock and key puzzles to progress through and defeat the enemy hordes. But you already know that if you're looking for a guide? :)

It's made by Skipmore, who've created several similar games. You can play Mamano Slayer here and find a solution farther down this page. The page is in japanese but there's an english option. The music is fantastically adorable and a throwback to the NES days. The ending is totally awesome too.

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Online game screenshot.
Online game screenshot.

Mamano Solution Hints

The walkthrough for this one is a bit too complex to give off in text, but here's some basic hints. At the next section of this page is a youtube video of the entire free online game being played through. I recommend just watching it if you're frustrated with the game and its clunky movement key system.

Gold Key - Pay close attention to the screen. There is a brick ladder near the key that's almost invisible unless you know what to look for. You can't get there from falling and turning directions mid-flight.

Poison - Where might be a good place to die, and is there a free spot in the plot? If you can't get the poison, take a close look at the tiles on the screen.

Mosiac Door - It's missing something. Try feeding some fruit to a pink fuzzy monster and check back later to see what happened. Don't have a strawberry? Climb a tree!

Game Video

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