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Each culture has its fables, but fairy tales recorded by the Grimm brothers are among the most famous in the world. They are scary and charming, flexible and timeless, and whenever we see these old stories with a new layer of paint, we feel a brilliance of childhood wonder. Or, in some cases, terror. Capuche scarlet and the wicked wood is no exception. Created by the Korean studio that gave us _The Coma Series, this fantastic puzzle game will resume the style inspired by Manhwa creators (Korean graphic novels) and will apply it to some classic fairy tales… with a touch of modernity. Instead of being a strong farmer or a fragile woman, the Scarlet protagonist is a rock diva in the making – and although she still fights against a witch, she also becomes one.

Take elements of The magician of Oz and the small red riding hood, _Capuche Scarlet follows Scarlet while it is thrown into the magical world of gloma by a rogue tornado. There, she takes the coat of the red witch who must lead a troop of Munchkins through the naughty wood. In his way is a mysterious, vibrant and mortal land full of witches, iron-white knights, talking beasts and monsters. Oh, and there is both a big bad wolf and a wicked witch there, who are waiting for him. Fortunately, Scarlet has two things from his side: a little fox that serves as a guide and a recursion craft that allows him to relive the same day again and again. The choices it will determine the end of its history.

This adventure game based on a story takes place during seven bad days, during which Scarlet must drive its friends Munchkin safely. The players:

  • _Survive to a narrative time loop.
  • Resolve ridiculous enigmas.
  • Suitate your own story with several paths.
  • Cloccate several ends according to your decisions.
  • OGNE The graphics illustrated by hand.
  • _Use Scarlet’s witchcraft skills to avoid being detected.

Capuche scarlet and the wicked wood will be available on vapor Early access in February.

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