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August 19, 2011

brunhilda's hut

Sleepwalker troubles are the reason you wake up in a witch's hut, can you escape brunhilda's hut? (note: needs the Unity webplayer)

13 comments:

Miss Piggy said...

First ^_^ !

Stephen said...

2nd!!

Nice game!

TiCKed said...

I don't know....not very intuitive. Without frequent use of the HINT button, I think I would have given up.

Anonymous said...

stuck at door

dyork said...

Fairly standard game of find stuff, think of weird ways of using or combining stuff, rinse and repeat.

One complaint: I really did not like the way stuff kept appearing in places I'd already searched.

The final puzzle seemed a bit unfair and out of character. Even once I got the idea of counting things, The final count was uncertain and required trial and error.

As a developer, I'd be interested to know how much work it takes to produce something like this on Unity. The results is effective, even if we quibble over the gameplay.

Anonymous said...

Not wasting my time with this one..won't download unity

Jack said...

Nice hints..."go do something else somewhere else".

Gee..thanks. lol

Rava said...

Out! Nice one!

Me/You said...

And out! Nice one! But it was very slow... Does the Unity player do that?

Anonymous said...

same here TiCKed

Rob said...

Hmmm....
After a few minutes i'm bored with this one...

Anonymous said...

TWELVETH!!

:D :D

PS: Good game bart thanks

-MAD_SKILLZz

Milena said...

Since the ways of combining things are not necessarily logical, when something doesn't work it's unclear whether you don't have the right idea, or just didn't click in exactly the right place. I puzzled over one of the more obvious ones for far too long because my idea of which end of a pointy object should be used wasn't the same as the designer's. I just assumed I didn't have the right pointy object yet. Also, the solution to the last puzzle is incorrect, strictly speaking. I can find one more of each ... can't you?

 

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