"Night of the Full Moon" is a stand-alone card game. There is no mandatory beginners guide, no internet connection, no brush map, no ten strokes. The plot will be played in the card battle. Each NPC and BOSS are given a mission and a temperament. Different choices will bring different endings.
In order to find the missing grandmother, Little Red Riding Hood went alone to the Black Forest, where it was always dark and night. She is about to face the guardian of the forest elves, the ferocious werewolf, the sedentary witch, the strange villagers and the truth that slowly surfaced...
On the full moon night, the mysterious veil of the Black Forest will be unveiled one by one...
* Mild strategy turn-based card battle
* Six occupations, more than 500 cards free to match
* Ninety-three mysterious opponents await your challenge
* Randomly trigger unknown events during the adventure
* Multiple plot options that affect your reputation and courage
Willing to adulthood we still remember the beginning of the heart, like Little Red Riding Hood as brave and warm
No matter how dark the way forward, never give up my heart so that you can finally pursue the light.
On the full moon night, reunite with your grandmother.
For the candlelight of the years, for a good ending
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Amazing game. Often has server issues to bound account.
This game is free on google play for the original red riding hood. It got me hooked and I made sure to buy it on my iPhone when I switched. They just introduced dairies which is a new twist on the same game. Less enemy interaction but more world interactions. The voice acting is pretty awesome and every enemy has a back story. It’s a pretty somber game if you think about what the story is about, especially with all of the backstories, but it’s a great world they’ve built. High replay value and while I’m normally not one to try to finish everything and get all the achievements, this game is fun enough that I’ve been trying. The only issue is that often times the server goes down and if you bought DLC and bound your account, you HAVE to have internet access to use tour DLC from then on. I was scared I’d lose my data so I bound my account but honestly I regret it bc the game doesn’t need internet to play DLC if you don’t bound your account. They should make it so that you can play offline with DLC too but if you want to save to a cloud you have to make sure you’re logged to the internet. It happens at least three times a month that I have issues logging on and just hope the next time I play I won’t have that issue. Otherwise it’s a beautiful game and everyone should try it out.
Easily Favorite Game
I have so much fun every time I play this game, it’s the perfect deck building-rogue like for mobile! I was looking for a mobile Slay the Spire substitute and this is honestly an even more enjoyable experience since you can take it with you everywhere you go. I think all of the 1 star reviews for this game are completely unfair because nearly all of them are based on 1) payment issues which have since been patched and handled by the dev team who does great work or 2) complains that it’s a “rip off” of Dream Quest by Peter Whalen. If you actually looked, there is an envelope on the main page of the game that explicitly states that they got permission from Peter himself to collaborate and recreate Dream Quest. And they did an amazing job! The game looks absolutely amazing, with voice lines for *every!* interaction, which is impressive. I genuinely have no complaints for this game, and for anyone wondering, the in-app purchases are two DLC classes, a card magician and an apothecary, both $.99 and (since i love this game so much) definitely worth it. Hopefully this review does the game enough justice to convince anyone on the fence about getting it, but if it hasn’t...this game is 1 (one) dollar!! You would have to be an absolute mad man to read this far in the review and at least not TRY this gem of a $.99 mobile game. Best of luck to anyone getting the game :)
How I beat it - Fun game
The game itself is pretty fun, there are some minor translation errors but aside from that it’s a pretty good game. Some of the bosses and other monsters can be frustratingly hard, and a couple classes are harder than other’s, but it ended up being a lot of trail and error for me until I found the right/easiest set-up. Basically you want to select the ranger class and go for a Poison/Action deck, remove your red damage cards ( but take the red poisons)when you get a chance, I usually just take out one or two at the selfless town. Raise Action power every time you get a chance, and raise max health now and then too. You want to pick up cards like Venom/Bleeding/Motivation/Agility/Fatal injuries/Infection/Residual Shadow/Focus/Imitation/Sidekick/Sprint/Recycle and grab a destruction or another equipment buster type card, because you’ll need at least one. The goal here is to continue drawing tons of cards while gaining action power and dropping tons of poison on your opponents. I usually will copy a sprint or agility after I finish grabbing all the apples for the witch. I’ve won pretty much every time I’ve gone with this set up. I always skip all red damage cards besides infection. Also, if you see it and can grab it, boots of speed, longbow and ghost blade run really well in this deck. Anyway hope you give it a try and have fun!
- Giant Network Technology Co., Ltd.
- 757 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © 2018 Giant & Dida Studio
- In-App Purchases
- Collector's Edition-FourGoods $3.99
- mathematician $0.99
- The Red Hood Diary $2.99
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