The Thrower Goblin is a game where you are attacking a tower that has several knights. In the first level, there is only one tower, but in other levels there are other towers which have been placed in different regions and at different elevations. The goblin is trying to get past the guards or knights while on a mission to infiltrate the city that they guard. This is quite the opposite from most other games, where the knights fight against the goblins. The goblin operates a sling which throws boulders at the towers. Whenever you shoot down a tower, the knights’ spirits are shown leaving their bodies and you earn points in that manner. Brining down a full tower has more points than bringing down part of it. All the shots that are remaining accumulate per level. So if you use one shot in the first level, you will have more in the second level. You should use the diagram next to the slingshot to determine when to release the boulder. Click on the game using the mouse, drag it and release it depending on the trajectory that you want it to follow. This is not an easy task since the points of release have a lot of difference even if they are microseconds apart. For this reason you may have to play the game severally before you get the hang of it. This is the ultimate test of how you can control the mouse, depending on what you observe. There are no guiding trajectories after you have made a shot and there are chances that you may make the same shot even in the next play. This is what makes the game very difficult to play. However, you should rise to the challenge and ensure that you go through as many towers as you can and see what your score is.