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Gretel and Hansel

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Oct 21, 2009 | 8:50 AM EDT
  • Frontpaged October 28, 2009
  • Weekly Users' Choice October 27, 2009
  • Daily Feature October 22, 2009

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Baby Steps 5 Points Make Gretel walk for the first time.
Slingshot Breakfast 5 Points Obtain the slingshot
Bitch Slap 10 Points Shoot mom in the face
Honey Horror 10 Points Get Bee Death
Sucked Dry 10 Points Get Spider Death
Time is Running Out 10 Points Get the clock
Electra Complex 25 Points Get Dad Carriage Death
Gretel Unit 25 Points Take 200 shots with the slingshot
Here is Mommy! 25 Points Get Axe Death
Kain 25 Points Kill Hansel
Kiss That Cyuke 25 Points Get Rabbit Death
Pecking Order 25 Points Get Crow Death
Pest Removal 25 Points Trap the squirrel
The Flamer 25 Points Get Fire Death
Clockspert 50 Points Solve clock puzzle
Get Stoned 50 Points Get all 10 stones
Pop, Rock and Drop It 50 Points Drop all ten stones
Grimm Master 100 Points Get all 10 deaths

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Added saving into the game, the game now auto saves so you can come back later and finish your game!

To get the Grimm Master medal you have to get all 10 deaths in ONE playthrough. You must then wait till the END of the credits.

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Thanks everyone for the many kind reviews! We're hard at work on part 2...

After a long time in development, the adventure begins. This was a labor of love. Hand painted backgrounds and characters all scanned and worked up with Flash. Everything should be working alright, but if you notice any major issues please let us know and we will fix them right away. Thank you Tom for the sponsorship! It lets us keep making games like this. Special thanks also to Mike Rudolph for making such excellent music. This is part one of a three part game so stay tuned for more Gretel and Hansel!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


this was amazing!!! It's also the first watercolor flash I have ever seen... I can' wait for the next one!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very good!

Nice job making it interesting, you had a dark twist to an old fairy tale classic, i enjoyed that. The mothers voice made me laugh.

One suggestion, though, maybe after you complete the game, instead of having to start completely over you could make a screen that allows you to continue from a certain point. i had to watch the intro and go through the entire stone collection scene twice because i wanted to do better on the cart running scene.

other than that, excellent game!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

awsome game!

best game. love the art work.

for those who can;t figure out what to do with the clock.
make 4:30 and get a key to unlock the door in the room.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


and gruesome. Truly something "Grimm".

10/10, loves the watercolor feel of the art work, reminds me aliitle of the penwork of Edward Gorey. All in all, a nice piece of eye candy with challenges.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Stellar look & feel, gameplay not so polished

This dark little gem was a delightfully macabre romp down memory lane, gleefully resurrecting and defiling my childhood perception of the original story. This re-telling has all the cruelty and shattered innocence you might expect from the brothers Grimm, but this time it's been rendered in lovely, delicate-looking watercolors with a childlike simplicity that's all the more jarring when paired with some of the animations. Visually, it's superb, and conceptually, it's vastly entertaining. It's not only nice to look at, it's underscored with some splendidly dark humor.

Unfortunately, the gameplay itself isn't quite as stunning. In my first playthrough, I somehow ended up with all ten stones before I'd even looked at the squirrel, and just trying to crawl out of the bedroom ended with Hansel bloody and cowering in the corner. Movement is sluggish, you have to stand in very specific places to accomplish most tasks, and convincing Gretel to use her slingshot seems to require an act of Congress.

Having said all that, the sheer amount of effort that's been piled into this game is obvious, and even considering the difficulties involved in just getting around, I can't bring myself to give it a low rating. In all respects but that one, this is a really wonderful game, and I'm definitely looking forward to the other parts of the trilogy.

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