Little Red Hood (NES)

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Little Red Hood
Little Red Hood - NES.jpg
Platform: NES
Year: 1990
Developer: Joy Van

Little Red Hood (小红帽 Xiao Hong Mao) is an unlicensed action-adventure game loosely based on Little Red Riding Hood. The player assumes the role of Little Red Riding Hood and must collect a certain amount of fruits to make a stairway appear. In that stairway there will be a key, and then after that an exit will appear when it wants to and then you can proceed to the next level. Little Red Riding Hood's main goal is to reach her grandmother. The game is noted for its very poor gameplay, bad graphics and sound.

A rumor has been made about the game that Sachen, the developers released the game even though it was unfinished because the company was desperate for money.


Screenshots

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The title screen.

Little Red Hood - NES - Gameplay 1.png

Little Red Riding Hood jumping in stage 1.

Music

A (or the) composer or programmer of Little Red Hood wrote one song for the game. It has a repetitive drum loop (similar to Silent Assault (NES)). Li-Cheang Tchacvosky was credited in Sachen games around this time, so it is possible he may have programmed the game.

Recording

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Title

Composer

Arranger

Length

Size

Listen

01 In-Game Unknown Unknown 1:03 2.42 MB

Credits

(Source missing, game lacks credits)


Game Rip

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This rip is missing songs.

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Releases

  Australia.svg   Australia
Little Red Hood - NES.jpg
Title: Little Red Hood
Platform: NES
Released: 1990-??-??
Publisher: Home Entertainment Suppliers
  Taiwan.svg   Taiwan
Xiao Hong Mao - NES.jpg
Title: 小红帽 (Little Red Riding Hood)
Platform: NES
Released: 1990-??-??
Publisher: Sachen