Little Ghost
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Little Ghost 

Note: This game doesn't have an optimal playing experience on Windows 10.
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Little Ghost's castle has been taken over by powerful enemies, terrible torturers, heavily armed dark knights, and magic key keepers. He needs your help to clear the castle of these evil forces and dangerous enemies.

You'll fall in love with our adorable hero as you guide him through classic arcade moves to collect jewels and enchanted keys. Use magic spells and other potent power-ups to gain strength and triumph over trials and threatening encounters. The challenge increases as you move through the levels. Each success brings triumphant satisfaction and the drive to keep going to the next level.

Critics are saying, "This game is awesome!" See for yourself when you try the free trial version of Little Ghost or download the full-unlimited version today!

  • Engage with classic arcade gameplay mechanics.
  • Travel through charming castle graphics in 15 levels of play.
  • Advance by defeating powerful bosses and strong enemies.
  • Collect jewels and enchanted keys and use magic spells and other power-ups.
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Reviews of Little Ghost
 | Added on: June 11, 2013
This little game will not even hold a 5 year old's attention. The hardest part is finding the exit. Nothing exciting, no story, repetitive music, no directions, no nothing. Oh, yes--and did I mention you have to use the keyboard? How old is this game?
 | Added on: May 22, 2013
I love this type of game but with MOUSE CONTROLS!!!!
 | Added on: May 28, 2013
Game is very simple and uses keyboard to move character. No real challenges other than finding the exit on some levels. No descriptions of what the different extra items are. You just have to try them out to figure out what they do.
 | Added on: June 15, 2013
My son and I like this game. We like to use the keys on the keyboard for this was a hit for the 2 of us. It would be nice if they gave you a few instructions, but I hate replaying games and having to go through the hints and stuff again. One thing that is needed to know is that you use the Control button to get into doors. I personally didn't mind that there was no story line or the music...cause I keep the sound off of games anyways. So if you want a nice basic, simple game. This is good.
 | Added on: May 22, 2013
He is a cute little ghost traveling around a room looking for a key to get out and move on to the next round.
 | Added on: May 20, 2013
Very much like the orignal Nintendo. The arrow button controls are clunky and detract from the game. Not much in the way of instructions. No explanation of the "power ups" scattered around. No storyline. I can see no real reason to play this game unless you are researching the history of video games in the early 1990s, and need an example. Bottom Line: I'll pass.
 | Added on: May 22, 2013
At first, I was hoping that this game would be as cute as the little ghost character. I was extremely disappointed. The graphics are outdated, there is no storyline, no tutorial, and the game moves so slowly, I'm pretty sure that a half asleep 5 year old could play this game with two fingers. The music is repetitive, and to be quite honest with you, if you have the willpower to get through the first level at the snail's pace the game allows you, I give you kudos. This game might be alright, for a very very young child who has nothing better to do with their time.
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