Fairytale Griddlers: Red Riding Hood Secret

Enter a fairytale world and set off on a journey to 5 fantastic worlds with Little Red Ridinghood and the Lumberjack to help find Red Ridinghood's missing parents. Fairytale Griddlers: Red Riding Hood Secret is an exciting game of skill for people who love different types of brain teasers and fairy tales. When you solve a griddler, also known as Japanese crosswords, they light up with bright colors and put on a show. Dive in to the magical world of fairytale characters and their stories and see them from a whole new perspective.

I think that this developer is taking up the mantle of the classical World Mosaics - gone too soon from us Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sparkynugget84 from So many levels!!! The publisher doesn't give you options to customize it, so you have to be careful at first to get used to their marking technique. You can also buy hints in the shop with the coins you earn playing. This review is based on the demo time and the puzzles I solved were all based on logic, not requiring guessing or hints. Ads Cope with numerous griddlers and help the girl find her parents! Perhaps she should just sit down on a tuffet and eat some curds and whey, and think this plan through, but it's just a suggestion. The game does not fill in a row after you have completed the required tiles. Fairytale Griddlers: Red Riding Hood Secret is a game where you should fill in necessary cells according to the numbers to make a picture. It doesn't have the same solving patterns, there aren't multiple colors, there aren't cheat options - like removing empty squares from completed rows. Found myself clicking in time to the music - a little distracting. Me, I'm buying it. Instead its just a way of saying the dev couldn't be bothered to actually let the colors fill in as you go.

Instead its just a way of saying the dev couldn't be bothered to actually let the colors fill in as you go. And, I've definitely needed them We could trust this developer to give us nonograms of great complexity that could be solved without recourse to hints or guessing. If it wasn't for the distraction of the green highlighted rows and columns, I may have enjoyed this griddler, give it a try before you buy! Trouble is the rest of the griddlers are now a bit boring including the multicoloured ones. Nothing special but it certainly didn't annoy me. That's the "coming alive" that is mentioned. If you are stuck, a helpful hint is at your disposal: Level 1 Hint fills 1 cell, Level 2 Hint fills a string, Level 3 Hint fills 5x5 block. It doesn't have the same solving patterns, there aren't multiple colors, there aren't cheat options - like removing empty squares from completed rows. Then the color appears after you finish it. You can buy upgraded hint features that begin with filling in a single cell, a string of cells or a 5x5 block of cells, and you can upgrade allowed mistakes of 3, 4 or even a whopping 6 mistakes allowed. LOL If you can't fill your timer fast enough to win hints, you can buy them in the "store" with gold coins you earn for solving puzzles. You can also buy hints in the shop with the coins you earn playing. Top Brain Teaser Games.


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I can't really comment on the story line as there's too much time in between dialogues for me to know what's going on. We could trust this developer to give us nonograms of great complexity that could be solved without recourse to hints or guessing. Gridder games are something I like but this one didnt say on my computer long. Madagascar Circus maybe that "World Mosaics" series from a long time ago. The game Sparkle 2 not fill in a row after you have completed the required tiles. Not to intrusive, but nice. People Loves Power Mahjong really like Atlantic Quest 3 penguin puzzle games will probably find it blah at best, but most likely just frustrating. Become Virtuoso for completing 40 levels with 3 stars and get the title of a Magician for playing all the mini-games. I'd thought maybe there was some animation or something else fun. Her parents were taken by massive wolves called Grey Avengers, when she was a child. There are several worlds to explore: Forest world, Lake world, Mountain world, Castle world. But it doesn't matter, just complete the puzzles without mistakes and you're good. Colorful pixel art was the final result. On the map, there are wooden markers that show how many stars are required to unlock the next chapter.

The game description was a little misleading. Excellent value! Get such achievements as Fearless, Mermaid Happiness, King of Hill, Wolf Nightmare for exploring the locations and solving all the griddlers there. You can also buy Rights for 3, 4 and 6 mistakes. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by lvd04 from awful This game is so inferior to the other griddler type games that are out there that it is pathetic. The one complain was that you could not see the picture that resulted and that there was no storyline Well, now we get the pictures. Colorful pixel art was the final result. I also found the large x marks distracting. A relaxing demo. Rated 5 out of 5 by limetart from This griddler beats them all! LOL If you can't fill your timer fast enough to win hints, you can buy them in the "store" with gold coins you earn for solving puzzles. This publisher marks of the clue even if it is a single block in the middle of a row of ten cells with 4 other unsolved clues in the row.

Perhaps she should Ridihg sit down on a tuffet and eat some curds and whey, and think this plan through, but it's just a suggestion. Very nice layout - and good gameplay. The game does not fill in a row after you Farytale completed the required tiles. Good fun Liong: The Dragon Dance many days. Loved having a Griddler with a little challenge for a change. Both newbies and professional players will like playing the game without fail — it contains a helpful tutorial that will come in handy to any player. You can also buy hints in the shop with the coins you earn playing. We could trust this developer to give us nonograms of great complexity that could be solved without recourse to hints or guessing. Ads Cope with numerous griddlers and help the girl find her parents! Now that she's no longer "little" Red Riding Hood Red is apparently her first name all grown up Red, is heading for the castle on top of the highest mountain, to fetch herself a pail Spooky Mahjong water, or in this case, her parents.


The game description was a little misleading. Cope with all the puzzles and get lots of achievements and trophies! If it wasn't for the distraction of the green highlighted rows and columns, I may have enjoyed this griddler, give it a try before you buy! I don't care about storylines I read books for storylines , and I usually turn the music off. All the ones I have done so far have been legitimate puzzles only one possible solution, not two or more where the publisher says only one solution is right so you have to either guess or use hints, not logic - blech! Date published: This review is based on the demo time and the puzzles I solved were all based on logic, not requiring guessing or hints. There is an actual storyline on this griddler as you solve griddlers alongside little Red Riding Hood. Cope with numerous griddlers and help the girl find her parents in the marvelous logic game Fairytale Griddlers: Red Riding Hood Secret! A relaxing demo. On the map, there are wooden markers that show how many stars are required to unlock the next chapter. We could trust this developer to give us nonograms of great complexity that could be solved without recourse to hints or guessing.

13 thoughts on “Fairytale Griddlers: Red Riding Hood Secret

  1. Loved having a Griddler with a little challenge for a change. The one complain was that you could not see the picture that resulted and that there was no storyline Well, now we get the pictures. Except maybe that "World Mosaics" series from a long time ago.

  2. Date published: You can buy upgraded hint features that begin with filling in a single cell, a string of cells or a 5x5 block of cells, and you can upgrade allowed mistakes of 3, 4 or even a whopping 6 mistakes allowed. I'm loving this game. Perhaps she should just sit down on a tuffet and eat some curds and whey, and think this plan through, but it's just a suggestion.

  3. I can't really comment on the story line as there's too much time in between dialogues for me to know what's going on. I don't care about storylines I read books for storylines , and I usually turn the music off. Good fun for many days.

  4. I also found the large x marks distracting. You can earn up to 3 stars per level, and you must earn at least one star to unlock the next level, one star is deducted for each mistake. And, I've definitely needed them

  5. I want some more like this please. The game does not fill in a row after you have completed the required tiles. I can't really comment on the story line as there's too much time in between dialogues for me to know what's going on. Rated 5 out of 5 by limetart from This griddler beats them all!

  6. People who really like the penguin puzzle games will probably find it blah at best, but most likely just frustrating. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by AsiaMinor from. Don't ask me why - I have no idea what is different. I liked the storyline and music in this "Japanese Crossword" but I hated the fact that the rows and columns lit up in a green hue whenever your cursor rested on them. I don't use clues - if I make a mistake, I start over, even if it is the last clue - so it is a useless distraction to me.

  7. For some reason I only turned it down and found an interesting phenomenon for those of us susceptible to rhythms. I played this game for that reason and so did not concentrate on the story line. If you're a "Penguiner" for sure do the trial first because there is a good chance you won't like it.

  8. Perhaps she should just sit down on a tuffet and eat some curds and whey, and think this plan through, but it's just a suggestion. Instead its just a way of saying the dev couldn't be bothered to actually let the colors fill in as you go. You can earn up to 3 stars per level, and you must earn at least one star to unlock the next level, one star is deducted for each mistake.

  9. You can earn up to 3 stars per level, and you must earn at least one star to unlock the next level, one star is deducted for each mistake. There are no settings available to allow rows and columns to be marked off automatically, but there are a few interesting features. If it wasn't for the distraction of the green highlighted rows and columns, I may have enjoyed this griddler, give it a try before you buy! You can also buy Rights for 3, 4 and 6 mistakes. Most publishers don't mark off a clue unless the block s it represents have the cells before and after it marked off.

  10. This publisher marks of the clue even if it is a single block in the middle of a row of ten cells with 4 other unsolved clues in the row. If you are stuck, a helpful hint is at your disposal: Level 1 Hint fills 1 cell, Level 2 Hint fills a string, Level 3 Hint fills 5x5 block. You can earn up to 3 stars per level, and you must earn at least one star to unlock the next level, one star is deducted for each mistake.

  11. Griddlers are the same thing as nonograms, well-known as Japanese puzzles, where you draw a picture without a pencil. It's just a habit I have to use the cursor to count cells, so this probably won't annoy anyone else like it did me. Most publishers don't mark off a clue unless the block s it represents have the cells before and after it marked off.

  12. Although it DOES cross off clues for you i consider that cheating too, but you can't turn it off. Gridder games are something I like but this one didnt say on my computer long. For some reason I only turned it down and found an interesting phenomenon for those of us susceptible to rhythms. I liked the storyline and music in this "Japanese Crossword" but I hated the fact that the rows and columns lit up in a green hue whenever your cursor rested on them. Found myself clicking in time to the music - a little distracting.

  13. So, until you get used to how they do it, count your groups of blocks and match them to the clues. I liked the storyline and music in this "Japanese Crossword" but I hated the fact that the rows and columns lit up in a green hue whenever your cursor rested on them. There are no settings available to allow rows and columns to be marked off automatically, but there are a few interesting features. Excellent value!

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