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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 series is amazing, very interesting and creepy (I jumped every time I saw a demon!). I loved the humor in it and the story is wonderful! Amazing job!
This is a truly wonderful series, your take on red riding hood is super original and detailed, the depth really helped with immersion in the story! The part I enjoyed most though was your humour, I was using all my items on everything to see what Mr. Pumpkin's next reaction would be :')
I love your games so much. I remember when I first played the first Hood, I first saw it on Andkon during their Halloween games section. It took me a while to find more of these, since they stopped posting games on there, but I finally found the rest. I loved the eerie theme to this game and I especially loved the art. Keep up the excellent work =D
Well done! That was a really good series using sweet and scary music and fine drawings. I've played the first two parts more than two years ago so some details may slip away from me, so i'd be grateful if the author gives an idea of what i've missed.
First, the interpretation of the fairytail in such way does make interest (those demons in the game are different: no 'skin-on-bones' wings, maybe no tails and horns - and i like it! And the mechanical demon creatures! they're just magnificent, like, uh, idk... the Daleks (BBC related) :D). Second, there are some puzzles that make people think, and that's also great (unless it's a thought to watch a playthrough =) ). And C - No-no! The Third thing is the sound. You used proper sound guys, and nothing to say more, nah ^_^
And the last - of course, such a game must contain some humour of any kind, so... it's there, and its kind is fine too.
Btw, found some small text wrecks like:
The "other" demon's words: "He does not makes deals." (i believe it to be "make" there)
Merappi's words: "... my end of the bargin." ("bargain" i guess)
And i didn't quite get if the symbols do have usual meaning like naming sth or anything else...
All in all, that was a lovelyscary and fantastic game that's worth of the highest rating.
I've been waiting for this for a long time. So long that, I've gotten busy. But playing the game makes it all good. Hood like the Alice is Dead Series is of no comparison to others. They are just SUPERB. I haven't found spin offs of fairy tales that has made it better the makers of these games. Kudos! And may your imagination get you to lots of more places, and may they motivate you to make more games.
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