Bloodwings: Pumpkinhead's Revenge (1995)

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"Bloodwings: Pumpkinhead's Revenge" is a first-person shooter computer game based off the movie with the same name.


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Directors:

Britton Jackson , Jed Weintrob

Writer:

Britton Jackson

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9 January 2005 | Yuri_Cunha
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| Weird, Yet Scary PC Game
I've been a gamer for some years now, and I feel like I'm one of the very few who own this really nice game based on the Pumpkinhead series. It's a first person shooter, but not the same old "get the key and kill everyone", Doom style. It's a much more refined game, I'd say (graphics aren't a big thing if compared to today's games, but the soundtrack is still really scary). You will find some enemies throughout your path in really dark mazes where you can, if touching its walls, enter into another dimension and be ported to another place. That's very original if you ask me. As you kill the enemies, you can enter a different dimension to get energy. You use this energy in screens hidden throughout the maze. In these screens, different scenes of the movie Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings will play, and your objective is to take things that appear in scenes, like a wallet, a gun, an ID, or anything you could actually use throughout your journey. I never completed this game since I got stuck in it, but as far as I've played, it's worth your dollars. If you can find this little game somewhere, buy it and have some fun.

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USA

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