DG Little Red Riding Hood

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Its been a little while since our last release but I think you guys will really enjoy this one. Please let us know what you think of the new hint system.

Join Little Red Riding Hood in this post apocalyptic version of the classic tale. Find the differences to move on in the story, and ultimately deliver the food to Grandma...

Check out the full screen mode that you can toggle from the main menu or options screen. This is uniquely offered to the Newgrounds audience! ;)



Great artwork, original setting, a remake that (as it happens so rarely these days) doesn't look foolish, and the option to get hints if you get stuck.

Don't change anything :)
P-S: Kinda reminded of Fallout 3.

Really good

One of the best spot the difference games i've played, really imaginative and hard as well, scored 581 :D

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difficult and excellent

excellent story that is. i absolutely loved it, and holy crap was this game hard! good job!

A fun, interesting game.

The art is great, I really enjoyed that, which is good because the art is the only thing that really drives the player. =3 you want to find out whats next, even though we all know the story. Music is good, its in the backround and it dosn't bother you. The challange level seemed to flux qiute a bit, though, at least for me: sometimes it was really easy and sometimes It was rip-out-my hair hard, which was why Im glad you offered hints (which I never took advantage of, I was too proud) but in any case, this was a great game, and thanks for makin' it!

DifferenceGames responds:

There is a lot of variance on the difficulty because each time you play different differences are shown. The hint system is there to help at thoe 'hair pull out moments' and there isn't any penalty to using it, although if you wait for the bar to refill you are going to get less of a time bonus on the scene.


I was extremely pleased with this game, and was amazed at the "replayability." You did a good job of mixing foreground and background elements to identify the differences, as well as a set of items per picture that varies each play.

The music was fitting overall, but perhaps having more ominous music during the "danger" scenes would have adding a touch more environment to it.

The artwork was absolutely incredible.

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4.24 / 5.00

Aug 13, 2009
9:15 AM EDT
Puzzles - Difference