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The Wolf, having discovered who sent the demons to kill him, plans to hunt down and slay the witch once and for all. Afterwards though he must decide what his next plan of action is to be.
I uploaded a walkthrough on youtube, but please try to beat the game without using it. ^_^
The riddle seemed pointless to me as it seemed to reffer to the thing in the vines passed the two statues. But that only was important after you had the drill despite the guy telling you that you need the riddle to get the drill. Also, like others have mentionned, the tree riddle was really confusing. I needed your walkthrough for basically that. Last negative comment was that it was too short. When you really got into the game, since it's been a while since I played the other two, you declaired it's to be continued. I am actually dissapointed since it seems like something you rushed through and didn't complete. I hate to do this, but as I expected better from you, I can only give three stars.
Turnip leaves are sometimes eaten as "turnip greens" ("turnip tops" in the UK), and they resemble mustard greens in flavor. Turnip greens are a common side dish in southeastern US cooking, primarily during late fall and winter. Smaller leaves are preferred; however, any bitter taste of larger leaves can be reduced by pouring off the water from initial boiling and replacing it with fresh water.
I too thought the riddle referred to the statues. Then I thought it were the gravestones (6=3*2, just like in the riddle). Thanks to a comment from someone I managed to find the solution. But DAMN that was unobvious! Fun nonetheless :) .
Like many others have said, great stuff here. I could write a whole story but it would basically be all the positive comments below me combined, so I'll just keep it at this. I can assure you that now I found out you are also the maker of other great games (Alice is Dead in particular), you deserve to be amongst my favourite artists here on NG more than anyone. You rock, dude.
I also liked the humurous thingies in it!
The music sounds like music from Fable or Heroes of Might & Magic 3 btw. Niiiicce.
To the ones who nag about the game being too short, they just don't know what a shitload of work it is to make such a game. I pity the fools.
Hey thanks man. Yeah the 'it's too short' comments get really tiring to read after spending 12 hour days slaving away over my tablet making these things just to have people moan that they're too short. Quality or quantity? I'm only one person. Anyway, self pity aside, thanks for the feedback and kind words. It means a lot to me.
ehhh i dont like it much
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so.....can someone recap me on the up to this game? played the first two a while back but I forgot what happened and well......... im too fucking lazy to play them over again or watch the walkthroughs............ someone message me plz?
That yellow thing gave me a heart attack! It popped up like seven times D:
Only 4.5 because honestly, the tree puzzle was ridiculous. I would have been stuck there for ages without the walkthrough.
I was worried it was too easy :/ Thanks anyway, stay cool!
This dude and his Megazord vacuum cleaner
This took far too long to make...
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