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Hood Episode 2

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Thanks Newgrounds for being totally awesome! <3

I tried to build off of everyone reviews and crits from the last game, I hope you guys enjoy this installment even more than the last!

If you haven't played the first game, pleased go play Hood Episode 1, so that the story will make sense!

EDIT 1 -- Fixed a bug with the apple

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The game still is on great, the style improved and it was easier to find what I needed, but that thing about the puzzle, the timing, annoyed me a little bit. But the plot is great and boy, the bell and the hat easter eggs made my day, really great reference to AID.

Great game. Loved the atmosphere, the music, the mystery. Now I'm headed to episode 3!

the game wasnt hard to handle. thumps up for your artwork :D cool game

Good game raped by bad puzzle layout, the art, point and click, music. Whole nine yards was well done, the first game led you with clues just enough to use your head to progress. There are no clues at all for the Fish Machine puzzle, and not a soul seems to be telling anyone how to do it. Unless I utterly missed something, the game became less of a challenge, less fun, and more of an aggravation. Some people in comments said you need to click the buttons when they're at a certain point? "Between the two arrows maybe?", regardless, nothing seems to work. All I can think is, what a good game, ruined by a morbidly stupid puzzle. I see the things circled in the book, but with zero clues to go on it seems sort of retarded, way harder than it needs to be. Where the F$%$ are the clues?! What a waste.

I've solved the mystery of the flickering text that flashes across the screen once a minute or so.
It's backwards, and reads:
There you go, anyone who was curious enough to look for it in the reviews!