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Are you a true Master of Puppets? Can you pull the right strings that award these Quests for Forgotten Hill: Puppeteer?

http://quests.armorgames.com/game/18054/media/icon/96013fb8defaa701c7b8cb4d7b72362b.png?v=1473962487
Behind The Scenes
Solve The Puppet Puzzle And Discover What's Behind.
Hardness: Easy

http://quests.armorgames.com/game/18054/media/icon/212be7b204710dd838075bbf2716d7c6.png?v=1473962465
Good Fiance
Find Your Girlfriend And See What Happened To Her.
Hardness: Medium

http://quests.armorgames.com/game/18054/media/icon/2bcb30f3bd9833a481f25cfb60d23d87.png?v=1473962478
Out At Last!
Escape The Pupper Theater
Hardness: Hard

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KatPryde
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@MrDayCee

I completed the game, but didn't get any of the quests. =\

Olinser
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@MrDayCee - quests appear to be broken. I beat this game quite a while ago, nothing, I see no quest in KatPryde's profile 3 hours after a post that they didn't get quests, and I see a couple comments in the game screen itself that quests are broken.

bakkart
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Just to confirm that the quests aren't working. Completed the game ... no quests.

Tasselfoot
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I fixed the issue and they should now work properly. Apologies. The "game complete" should award after hitting "Continue" if you're beaten the game... but the other 2 may require you to restart and re-reach their segments of the game.

Doombreed
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No...Not another horror game with quests! o.O

MrDayCee
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Thank you @Tasselfoot!

KatPryde
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Yep, thank you Tass, quests worked.

helpo1
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3/3. Got all three at their respective triggers (Out At Last! after continuing the previous game). Replayed it in ~8mins.

No...Not another horror game with quests! o.O

This one isn't really so horror-y. Except for a few quasi-jumpscare puppets and maybe unnecesarily much blood. :P

Also, does the music remind anyone else of K.O.L.M.?
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This one isn't really so horror-y. Except for a few quasi-jumpscare puppets and maybe unnecesarily much blood. :P

Just so I can compare, what would you consider actually horror-y @helpo1 ? AG games speaking xD

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I would argue that this game is true horror in many ways. Not necessarily "scary," but with 1) the various organs to feed to the "Mr. Creosote" puppet, 2) the blood in the sink, 3) the flitting shadows across the screen, 4) the bizarre clothing and accessories in pictures, 5) the puppetizing of people, 6) the vending machine heart, 7) the girlfriend's situation, 8) the mother's final plea, 9) your ultimate situation, and 10) many other little details I don't want to spoil, it is full of horror that Edgar Allan Poe ... or at least American Horror Story ... would be proud of.

helpo1
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Deeperest Sleeps are way scarier. Or even Don't Escape 3.

EDIT: Yes, Poe is a better way to describe it. Even though it's not quite Poe - and the beauty of Poe lies usually in characters' thoughts, which you don't get a lot in here.

To put it otherwise, I first finished this game ~20hrs ago, home alone. Recalculate that for my timezone.

EDIT#2: As for the organs, is there a logical explanation for the fact that he doesn't accept the heart? (Not talking about game-breakingness, as that could be taken care of.)

Doombreed
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well, I have finished Don't Escape 3. Was a bit scary but nothing I could not handle. Nice then, I may try this one

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Restarted the game. Would have been nice to not to replay it to get the quests, but at least on the second run (if the third "hard" quest activated like it did for me), you don't have to deal with that left door shape puzzle.

All three quests done.

-- Horror or Not Horror -- I guess that's my point: "scary" does not necessarily mean horror, or vice versa.

-- Poe -- Agreed.

-- Heart or No Heart -- Don't know. Doesn't make sense as it is (he's not a picky eater), unless it would remind him too much of his lack of one? The only poster that didn't seem connected (to me at least) was the three colored skeletons in the dining room. Maybe the organs are related to that somehow?

helpo1
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I found the Left Door Puzzle actually much easier once you know what exactly you have to do. I finished it under a minute on my second run. It's definitely the most annoying puzzle in the game, though; finding out I had mistaken VII and III (IIRC) got a growl out of me.

Well, The Tell-Tale Heart is silent about this one.

The skeletons are for the dressing/costume room puzzle, aren't they?

KatPryde
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I think the colored-skeleton poster is a clue for the coats in the closet puzzle. [edit: ninja'd ]

I didn't think either this one or its prequel (WILLY? IS THAT YOU, WILLY? ) were particularly frightening...although that seems to be the case with most things labeled 'horror', to be honest. The jump-scare in the previous game involving the former family dog got me, though!

That got me thinking.... Can you imagine what a horror game would be like on a VR headset?!

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