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Oct 26, 2011 | 5:03 PM EDT
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Thanks Newgrounds for being totally awesome! <3

I tried to build off of everyone reviews and crits from the last game, I hope you guys enjoy this installment even more than the last!

If you haven't played the first game, pleased go play Hood Episode 1, so that the story will make sense!

EDIT 1 -- Fixed a bug with the apple



Rated 5 / 5 stars



Rated 5 / 5 stars

yay, finally got to play this! I hope ep 1 is on here.

Nice game! tooo short though, i agree with glumpot's comment.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

it is a good game when the part 3 release?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well! The art, music, plot, and every other element in this game is, like your other games, excellent. Please do make following episodes that we'll all surely look forward to. Good job. :)

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

First off, I just want to say, I really love the atmosphere in this game. The art is beautiful. The music is dark and moody, and really adds to the mood of the game, rather than just being an obnoxious loop in the background like in so many games. The unusual story is interesting and dark, and really reminiscent of a Grimm fairytale (which I'm guessing is the idea), but with it's own unique touches.
Unfortunately, even though I love the artistic style of the game, I still have some issues with the game. The first in the series was short, and I was hoping the sequel would be longer. But this game was even shorter... It almost felt like a demo to a game rather than a chapter. I realize a lot of work goes into the game and you probably want to get releases out as quickly as possible, but personally, I'd rather wait awhile for a longer release than get to play such short segments at regular intervals. The other major problem I had with the game was how small the playing screen is; with how great the art is, I really wish the screen was larger so I could appreciate all of the details in the game. If the next release was longer, and the playing screen bigger (and maybe a save option too?), it would easily be a 5 star game, besides which, one that would have a chance at becoming a classic point and click in its own right.

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