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The Trap Door: How Berk Searches for Treasure
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Original cover art for The Trap Door: How Berk Searches for Treasure
Developer FreakZone Games
Publisher Unlimited Company
Platform UC Advancer
Genre Action platforming
Modes 1 Player
Ratings E for Everyone

The Trap Door: How Berk Searches for Treasure is a video game based on The Trap Door. The story involves Berk traveling across the globe collecting treasure and outwitting his evil clone WaBerk to become the world's biggest treasure hunter.

It is a hack of a 1989 NES game DuckTales.

GameplayEdit

The game sees players in the role of Berk as he travels across the world in search of five treasures to further make his boss's life better. Berk is able to attack enemies and get around using his bat. On the ground, Berk can swing his bat to attack enemies and break open or throw certain objects. While jumping, Berk can bounce on his bat like a pogo stick to attack enemies from above. This also allows him to reach higher areas, as well as bounce across hazardous areas that would hurt him on foot. Along the way, Berk can find various diamonds, found in treasure chests or appearing in certain areas, to make his life better and heart containers that can restore his health. Berk will also encounter various characters from the series who have various roles, such as providing hints, offering up items and opening up new areas.

Five levels are available in The Trap Door: How Berk Searches for Treasure: Inside the Trap Door, The Dark Woods, The Ice Mountains, WaBerk's Castle and The UFO Surface. The player can visit the levels in any order and can revisit them in order to access new areas unlocked after collecting certain items. Each level culminates in a boss battle that the player must defeat to retrieve that level's treasure. There are also two secret treasures hidden within some of the levels. When all five main treasures are collected, the player returns to WaBerk's Castle for the final boss fight. Upon completing the game, the player can receive one of three endings based on his performance: a regular ending for simply clearing the game, a great ending for clearing the game with both hidden treasures and at least $10,000,000, and a bad ending for clearing the game with $0.

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