A downloadable game for Windows and Linux

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As the brave knight Sir Typhil of Creulor continues his quest to bring a unicorn to the castle and be crowned king, he finds himself entangled in the troubles of Yorkwen City, and must catch a rutabaga-snatching killer before it's too late.

As with all of the games in the series, Leprechaun Shadow is mainly a point & click adventure, but with elements of other types of games present as well. In this episode, there are Hidden Object scenes, and a section of the game is a CRPG.

Enjoy these great features:

  • Interrogate Witnesses!
  • Search for Clues!
  • Solve Puzzles!

There are also Hidden Object sections in which you look for specific key clues by finding items within a scene!

A portion of the game is a CRPG game, and as such contains the following features:

  • Along with a team of allies, fight monsters in turn-based combat and level up skills to progress.
  • Choose which allies to bring along. Each have their own skills.

While a stand-alone game in its own right, this game continues the over-arching story from the previous two games in the series:




Buy Now$4.99 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $4.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Windows 64 bit 1 GB
Version 3
Linux 64 bit 1 GB
Version 3


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I am really enjoying this game.  However, I landed the balloon right on top of the crash site.  Now I can't get back in the balloon.  Trapped!  any help?  TIA Jim

I'm afraid I can't think of anything. I have wondered if it might be possible to land the balloon in some inaccessible position, but you're the first I have heard of doing it. I'm sure you have tried approaching from all possible angles to see if there is any portion of the balloon hit box you can touch.

Regrettably, I think the only way might just be to restart. While the adventure portion would go fast enough now that you know the solutions, the repeating the RPG portions could be understandably tedious. If you write me an email at vance@midnightspree.com (since there is no private messaging on Itch), I can give you some techniques to skip at least some portions of the RPG grind.