Little Red Riding Hood: A Post Apocalyptic Adventure

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A spot-the-difference game that turns your childhood on its head, Little Red Riding Hood: A Post Apocalyptic Adventure is a short but sweet story about... well, you know what! Featuring a smart hint system, gorgeous visuals, and loads of character, it's just the thing to brighten your day in this dystopian future.

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There's actually a visual error as you go through the story.

Which of Grandma's arms is the cyber one?

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Rebecca Fay August 14, 2009 5:05 PM

Is it just me or do the links bring you back to this same page?

[Edit: Click it and see. :) -Jay]

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There are more than 5 differences in each level, you just need 5.

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Cute little game, I loved the artwork and the quirkiness of the story. Also the music was quite nice. Not difficult, I finished it very quickly. But I don't think it's meant to be much more than a way to kill 15 minutes! Fun little coffee break filler!!

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Anonymous August 14, 2009 5:24 PM

There are more than 5 in each image? But some of those are tiny enough!

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Definitely one of the coolest of its kind. Good music, too. I enjoyed it and would welcome more from these folks.

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Nice. Niiiccee. Now I can totally imagine an old granny living in a broken-down land-submarine. Suurreee.

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really looks like fallout 3 to me xD
the whole post apocalyptic thing and the mother's hair all resemble fallout allot

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I second what Bad Dog said. Coolest of its kind and all that.

@Shudog:

The wolf killed the first grandma, but it was just a decoy. That's how I rationalized it.

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Wow. That was amazingly hard, but just the right difficulty to keep me playing. :D

eyra

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wow.. this game's graphic is so cool, I love the futuristic atmosphere. Mom's hair, Red's google, a grandma that lives in a submarine?? Wow!

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Gorgeous visuals and easy gameplay were great, but what really made it for me was the music. It set just the right tone for a nice 10 minute bedtime story!

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I've been thinking about this sort of game and I have an idea. What if when you find a difference in the pictures you can decide which version of the difference to make "official?" For example, in one version of the picture a character has an empty holster, in another the holster contains a gun. You spot the difference and then decide whether the character has an empty holster or a has a gun. This effects how the "story" progresses in the next set of pictures. It wouldn't have to be something as major as a gun. Little differences (whether a window is opened or closed, whether there is a tear in some fabric, whether there are one or two birds in the sky, etc.) can have an impact ala the butterfly effect.

I don't know...it may be totally infeasible but it feels like a natural progression for this type of game.

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I like how

the area you click with the mouse pointer copies the circled picture, so the artwork changes depending on which picture you click

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Dooreatoe August 15, 2009 1:11 PM

Steve, that sounds like a really interesting and feasible idea. "Choose your own adventure" combined with "spot the difference"...I hope a developer sees it!

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Dooreatoe August 15, 2009 1:45 PM

Oo, I just noticed that

whatever difference you click with the circle is what ends up staying in the picture.

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@ lyuelye: I like it!

It's got some replay value to manipulate the final picture in different ways.

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Anonymous August 15, 2009 6:38 PM

I just want to thank you for doing this post-apoc themed game. Your cool points++.

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This game reminds me of Fallout 3 SOO much!!
just the whole layout and everything.
very beautiful artwork!!^^

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Yeah, this game is artistically very reminiscent of Fallout 3. No bad thing, of course! The mother especially (?) in the beginning looks like a Raider, and the Granny could almost be wearing a vault uniform. The artwork itself is gorgeous.

Steve, that's a brilliant idea, and one I'd love to see someone implement in a game like this.

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Lol, and I've just noticed what Grandma's sub is called

K-19 Widowmaker. Nice

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Yeah, it reminds me of Fallout 3.
The beginning woman looks like a raider, and the grandma looks like she's wearing a motorcycle helmet.
But it's definetly a great game!

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Nice little stress-free game. =)

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Did anyone else notice Little Red's feet are skeletal? T_T Poor girl...

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Great Game kept me occupied for 15mins give or take a few.

Is it just me or besides the fact of post apocalyptic stuff that the games a little freaky in its own way?

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Best game I've ever played. Simply because of the artwork and the idea. So much better than the original, although I can understand why you'd tell the Brothers Grimm story to a child instead...

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does anyone know what the song is called?

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I'm also very intersted in the song/music of the game!

Could anyone provide some information about it? Or recommend something like that?

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Like Little Red Riding Hood in a Fallout 3 version. Some very nice art. Some of the girls expressions didn't seem to fit the style, though.

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I love this game!

What's the name of the song/music that's playing?

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random person December 21, 2009 11:58 AM

Maybe I'm just stupid, but

Why do the people have barcodes on their arms?

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Zackeh! July 5, 2010 4:48 PM

I love this game :]

Does anyone know the name of the song?

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Good game. I want to know, what is the name of the song playing in the game of the Little Red Riding Hood??? I think that it's a good song.
Thanks.

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hanna1976 June 16, 2014 3:11 PM

I want desperately the music theme of this game...... who knows where can i find it? i love this game..........

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