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The Hunting: Part 3 Is A Step Back, But It Will Still Scare The S*** Out Of You [Review]

The Hunting Part 3

Interactive zombie film series The Hunting is back with its third installment, which has you continuing to make life-threatening choices and furiously tapping on your screen to run and fight off crazed undead who want to put the nom on you.

The Hunting: Part 3 by Wotsamaflip
Category: iOS Games
Works With: iPhone
Price: $0.99

It’s another creepy, high-tension experience that will quickly make you regret playing it with headphones and/or in the dark, both of which I did because I clearly don’t know what’s good for me.

But while the game is still completely scary and harrowing as ever, it fails to build on Part 2’s impressive shotgun blast of terror and what-the-hell-ery.

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The Hunting: Part 2 Takes The Gloves Off And Starts The Real Game [Review]

The Hunting Part 2

Yesterday, I reviewed the first part of The Hunting, an interactive zombie film for iOS devices. I had some issues with its actual interactivity, which mostly amounted to swiping to put on pants and a meaningless choice between leaving a house through a window or a door.

The Hunting: Part 2 by Wotsamaflip
Category: iOS Games
Works With: iPhone
Price: $0.99

Part 2 is out now, and unlike the first installment, it costs money. But it’s longer, has more interesting decision points, and is scary as hell.

So basically, remember the problems I had with the first one? Forget them.

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The Hunting: Part 1 Throws ‘You’ Into A Tap-Crazy Zombie-pocalypse [Review]

The Hunting Part 1

The Hunting is an interactive zombie film made for — and with — the iPhone. It presents a world in which the undead rise because of a spontaneous global failure of antibiotics. But that’s not really important; the main thing is that zombies are in the room.

The Hunting: Part 1 by Wotsamaflip Studios Ltd.
Category: iOS Games
Works With: iPhone
Price: Free

The first part of the story runs about 12 minutes, and it sets the scene pretty well. Your character (you) wake up, put your pants on, and discover that a bunch of things are on fire in the distance, and some ugly sucker in your kitchen wants to kill you. You do a bit of swiping and tapping, make a couple choices, and then you’re done.

It’s very short, but what’s there is promising.

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