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Apr 3, 2012 | 6:33 AM EDT
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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. ^_^

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cooliboyukcooliboyuk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Easy once you look around properly ^.^ cant wait for the next one :D and even got a medal!



SadLoverSadLover

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well awesome game like the others from the series... i only have to say that my heart run away from me with the creature of the cave... nice detail of you!!


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GinXGaebolgGinXGaebolg

Rated 5 / 5 stars

very nice work.... the storyline and puzzle is really fantastic... i got kind of confused with the riddle though...i thought it referred to the statues because the pumpkin said the broken statue is dead....anyway, the eerie song and the creature in the cave really puts me on edge... moreover i am playing this late at night with light turned off and using a microphone.... my heart almost stop when i first saw it >.< .... it is all that scientist's fault, his warning amplifies the shock from seeing that cute creature



awsomenuggetsawsomenuggets

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great



ArezeAreze

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Absolutely stellar entry as always in the Hood series. I honestly prefer this one over the Alice is Dead series because this one is actually optimized well and has a unique story and universe. I would love to see more games in this series.

What made it was the way the music stopped when you got the drill, and how you constatly saw things through the round stone. The creepy imagery and the dark whispers and occasional accusatory jump scare ("SHE LIED AND YOU KNOW") made this a better horror story than most actual horror, in provoking a fear response in me and creating a sense of dread and paranoia, a thought that the woods really are haunted and that dark things have taken place there. The hook in the end was also well timed.

I wish I could find criticism here, but there is none. This is perfection.


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