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Evil Pumpkin: The Lost Halloween Collector's Edition

Average Rating 1 player review ( 5.0 out of 5.0 )

Find out why your city has been ostracized from the Halloween community!

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Game Description

Meet Lemuel Barnabas. He is not a protagonist in our story, but just look at him - he’s scrappy and funny, talks to himself, likes music and long walks behind the bar. In a word - he is quite mad, but as mad as he is, he’s the one you come to for help. Help? What happened? You didn’t hear? Apparently there is this thing called Halloween. I know, I know, it sounds stupid. But there’s candy involved! Now I have your attention. The city of Dern is ostracized from the Halloween community. Everyone around you seem to know something about it, but you’re a boy, nobody is going to tell you. In this step away from the classic HO gaming take things into your own hands and find out whatever happened to Halloween.

Features:
-Adventure and Casual mode, option to choose between point-and-click and hidden-object game
-10+ hours of gameplay
-6 chapters
-Challenging puzzles/mini-games
-Imaginative characters

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  • by phatkhat1 on Aug 27, 2014

    I played this as a beta, and have been hoping it would come out soon! This is primarily an adventure game, with very little handholding. However, if that isn't your cup of tea, you can choose to play it as a classic HOPA instead. (Thank you, Developers! You gave us a choice!) You will have to use the old grey cells to keep going! Everything about the game is quirky - the story, the graphics, the characters, everything. You will be immersed from the beginning, and if you play adventure mode, it will be like the games of yore - YOU figure everything out! It's games like this that really stand out as marvelous exceptions to the bland and insipid fare we usually get - along with those cutesy animal "helpers". Ugh. While played from a kid's perspective, it is really a grownup game. Try it! See more See less