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Nov 21, 2007 | 12:58 PM EST
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...and so it continues, further and further Hector travels into the Phantom Mansion, and having retrieved the second mask, he faces his toughest set of challenges within the Yellow Tower. Hector has bested everything this foul place has thrown at him so far, but now he faces the additional peril of cursed floor...
Controls: Cursors move and SPACE pauses.

Reviews


Davster101Davster101

Rated 5 / 5 stars December 15, 2010

Phantom mansion Yellow! better than the other two!

This is my favourtite game on newgrounds!



walrusgodwalrusgod

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 13, 2009

Third part in the series is another winner!

Great! This builds upon the second game, and the puzzles are starting to get even more difficult. In fact, the last couple of levels in this part of the Phantom Mansion are probably the most difficult I've encountered yet in the series!

The addition of cursed floors added another new dimension to the puzzles, and the game still feels fresh, even on the third part of the series. The only complaint I have is that in this installment there was a slight glitch where, if you push a box right in front of a moving zombie or skeleton, the monster will walk over the box, and sometimes the box will cease to function. I have not encountered this problem in the other installments in the series, however, and it's something that only really came up a handful of times while I was playing. Can't wait to play the next part!

9 - Highly recommended



nightdragosteanightdragostea

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 30, 2008

good

Good but some puzzles was hard to solve



MsgtBobMsgtBob

Rated 4 / 5 stars February 11, 2008

Better still!

Most of these were great. Loved the last one (before shrine)with only a few boxes, and lots of holes. That one is where I also found a glitch you should fix (if it can be done). The bridges can be used as shortcuts, from underneath. I've worked a little with RPG maker, and was always running into things that didn't work like I thought they should, so maybe this just happened to you?



SoulBrotherSoulBrother

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 22, 2008

Getting better

Very good, even better of the first two. I appreciate the difficulty and the new obstacles, such as the fiendish floor. Good graphics, too.