10 Gnomes episode 12:
The Tank

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10 Gnomes #12

PsychotronicI have full confidence that if you all do your duty, if your observational skills are toned, if no hot-spot is neglected, and if the best hunting and clicking strategies are performed, we shall prove ourselves once again able to defend our casual gaming honor, to ride out this storm of 10 Gnomes sequels, and to outlive the menace of gnomery, if necessary for ten minutes, if necessary alone.

We shall go on to the end, we shall find them on the rooftops.
We shall find them in the trees and on the benches.
We shall find them in the gardens.
We shall find them through the fog and in the gloom.
We shall find them in the shipyards.
We shall find them in titanic abandoned warehouses.
We shall find them even if they retreat to the quiet corners of their hometown.
We shall find them in the water forges.
We shall find them at the chemistry building up on campus, where they do their homework.
We shall find them on the beaches.
We shall find them in the quaint village streets.

We shall never surrender, and even if, which I do not for a moment believe, the gnomes somehow got hold of a tank, then our website, armed and guarded by the most enthusiastic, obsessive hidden-object finders the world has ever known, would carry on the struggle, until… wait… what? They do have a tank?


Well, then perhaps we should run away.

Yes, it's true—the twelfth and final episode of 10 Gnomes is here, and even Winston Churchill might be getting a little worn down by now. Mateusz Skutnik promised a year's worth of gnomes, and he has delivered. Whether you quit partway through the series or you're just discovering it now; whether you've ferreted out all 120 gnomes singlehandedly, or you just appreciate the pretty scenery; you have to admire the guy's follow-through.

Let's bid a fond farewell to our timid multitude of miniature friends. The next time you look out at the world and fail to see any magic there, just imagine a gnome hiding around every corner. Then imagine you have only ten minutes to find them all. Or they'll get you.

Play 10 Gnomes #12

Or, go and replay all the 10 Gnomes games.

Thanks for suggesting this one, Mary!


Anonymous January 2, 2009 12:39 PM

yay! found them all 'just' in time with 3 trolls!


Awwwww, last one :(

I just finished it.


We have nothing to fear but gnomes themselves. And maybe trolls.

lamariola January 2, 2009 12:59 PM

found only four gnomes. and four trolls!

Sir Gnome January 2, 2009 1:06 PM

There are



He also said that there are 141 gnomes total. This is because

there are 31 gnomes in 10 Gnomes 6.


Too bad the gnomes in real life are much better at hiding than these guys :P

Thanks Mateusz!


We shall go on to the end, we shall find them on the rooftops.
We shall find them in the trees and on the benches.
We shall find them in the gardens.
We shall find them through the fog and in the gloom.

We a building a religion.
He is calling you Doooood!


What's the deal with the trolls anyway?


I found seven gnomes and 5 trolls my first time. Not too bad for me, seeing as I always use the walkthrough for the games. :P

I am disheartened that this is the last of the series...the 10 Gnomes games are among the best point-and-click adventures that I have ever come across.

Perhaps the gnomes will sneak into future Mateusz Skutnik creations? :]
One can only hope.

Bravissimo, Mr. Skutnik, and thank you for these wonderful games.


Aw, no more gnomes? Well, I guess it's okay as long as Mr. Skutnik continues making his other brilliant games.

Petalpink123 January 2, 2009 10:59 PM

Yay! I finished with all the gnomes! And all the trolls (2nd time through, though). Yay!

architect.zero January 3, 2009 1:23 AM

Found all the gnomes and trolls on my first attempt; the first time that's ever happened. W00t!


To tell you the truth, I thought that this series would be a bore.

I was wrong. It actually kept me entertained for those 10 minutes. :3 The quality is great and I like the music for some reason.

It's kinda fun when you click around and find out there was an area you missed.
I did better than I had thought on my first go. O_o 9/10 gnomes and 5 trolls.

I should go check out the others...

Is this the person that made daymare town? His games are a bit hard and strange, but I do love the atmosphere in them. :3

The Wolf's Shadow March 8, 2009 6:55 PM

darn! 7/10 with 5 trolls! Only 3 more! Oh well, I'll just try again! It's too bad there won't be any more...


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