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The final episode in the hood series. Find out where hood went, why she's there, and if she can be saved.
Thanks for all the support guys, your comments have really pushed me to keep working and I'm very pleased to tie this up. I hope you enjoy it.
Thanks to Newgrounds for supporting me through this entire series, it has really meant a lot and I've learned a lot along the way.
If you guys have any questions, let me have them. I'm not the most talkative person, but I will try to respond!
I'm getting a few questions about a similar part of the game, try to remember that your hand icon almost always gives you a hint to as if you can interact with an object.
The bug where the locket and the fire spirit don't show up should be fixed now. Let me know if you find any others!
This was great! So style: In terms of aesthetic appeal, straight on once again. Everything is so beautiful and the music is so perfectly placed. The creaking door at the end really set my hairs on end.
In terms of gameplay: the puzzles were well thought out and well-placed. Although, finding the locket with the sapphire was a bit confusing, I had to do some random clicking for that. Overall there was a good amount of difficulty and thinking involved. Collecting the gems in the last bit was a bit too straightforward though, they stood out too much. I loved how you had to jam in the shovel before the spikes came down. That was fantastic! I also liked the peaceful route or violent route that you could make the hunter go through.
Other comments: All in all a great, GREAT game. However, if indeed this is the last in this series as the medal implies, I feel like there's a lack of closure. What happens to the hunter? How does he get back? Who is his master and what role does his brother Warren play? Please keep making more of these! I always look forward to your games!
Thanks for the thoughtful and detailed feedback. It helps me a lot!
The only bad thing about this is that I suck at point and click games. So far it seems legit so I give it a pass.
i dont get the first part but sense it sound is popluar i bet it worth a five so ill just give it a five
As usual, the art is good, and I expect that everything that was good in the other Hood games is here, but the first puzzle is absolute crap, I can't even figure out what I'm supposed to do.
I'm sorry you're having trouble. I don't think it's too hard though, my play testers got it pretty quickly. Just step away for a bit and come back again maybe? Thanks either way!
Context? Context is for casuals.
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