The mysterious bridge that was said to be made with diamonds in Ancient Gongtats 4 - Diamond Bridge.

Ancient Gongtats 4 – Diamond Bridge

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Danhill City used to be a small mining town with a population of 145. Frequent accidents made it a dangerous location to be. Three-quarters of the townsfolk moved away because of the living conditions. Furthermore, the caves have been slowly depleting. Soon, only thirty miners and their families remained. When an earthquake hit the town,  two caves opened from beneath the mines. The miners where stunned to find scores of diamond veins inside each cave. They mined these veins everyday and it seemed like the caves were never going to run out. The townsfolk had amassed great wealth but being simple folk, they enjoyed drinking with friends and valued their families more than anything.

As thanks giving to the creator, they constructed a bridge using diamonds as the foundation over Ashen Lake. For the next thirty years, the Danhill Town became a city, and with it, the population grew once more. Years passed, the citizens had forgotten the gift of the thirty miners, saved for their grandchildren who all knew the story very well. Their families’ fortunes had run out and are now living by humble means, for mining is all they knew by heart. The children argued with their parents. The diamonds are still there onside the very corners of the bridge but their parents won’t listen. The children finally decided to take matters into their own hands.

Ancient Gongtats 4 – Diamond Bridge is a really amazing new escape game made by Ainars for Escape Fan. Let’s explore this diamond bridge to escape!

 


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Жанна
Жанна
5 months ago

А где моя самая любимая игра?

Escaper Joe
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Escaper Joe
5 months ago

I will take a look to see if I can revive this game.

Update:
I re-uploaded the game.
May I ask you to let me know if you will encounter bugs/glitches?

Last edited 5 months ago by Escaper Joe
Henrietta
Henrietta
9 days ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

I tried replaying Diamond Bridge because it’s one of my favorites, but I found some problems. I played it in Firefox, so perhaps it’s the browser, but I can’t take the blue and pink blocks.

Olga
Olga
9 days ago

Yes!!! =))

Henrietta Martin
Henrietta Martin
6 days ago

I tried replaying Diamond Bridge because it’s one of my favorites, but I found some problems. The first time I tried replaying it, I couldn’t get a gem and colored block at one of the places where we used to be able to move a wooden slat. Tonight I tried again in another browser, hoping that was the problem, but I had the same problem. Plus, when I tried to get a gem and colored square on another part where we move a slat, I got the items but couldn’t get out of the scene because the down arrow disappeared! Any suggestions?

Escaper Joe
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Escaper Joe
6 days ago

Sorry for delay fixing this problem.
I will try to fix this now.

Escaper Joe
Admin
Escaper Joe
6 days ago

I tested this game now.
It was working well using Chrome. It was blinking from time to time in Firefox.
Maybe using incognito mode in the browser can help.

The wooden slat needs to be moved to the beginning, then the navigation arrow will appear.
Sorry, it is not obvious there.
The idea was that the person was standing on that wooden slat and returning back together with it.

Last edited 6 days ago by Escaper Joe
b1650424
b1650424
6 days ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

Confirmed: everything works, it just slows down under Ruffle. I would like to emphasize that I use a non-distributed chrome-like browser. And everything is fine.

Henrietta
Henrietta
6 days ago
Reply to  Escaper Joe

And SUCCESS!
Thanks for your help. Those wooden slats were heavier than I remember!