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Red Beard on a Gold Hunt


Red Beard on a Gold Hunt

This game looks pretty straightforward. Like, you think its just a Super Mario kind of game, where you just hop from platform to platform to beat the level. But that’s where Red Beard differs a bit! Different colored gems activate certain aspects of the board, and its up to you to figure out what order things need to be completed to advance. Then, you can get your hands on that sweet, sweet gold that Red Beard has been after all along! Use the arrow keys to move around and space bar to jump. But, more importantly, click to play!


Are you Red Beard or Red Bread? Play to decide!


ToonBarn Rob

um… the ToonBarn guy, of course! but you can call me Rob

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