History VideoGame / HenryHatsworthInThePuzzlingAdventure

30th Aug '17 1:11:20 PM VapourSoulOS
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* DualBoss: The second half of 4-6 becomes this once [[spoiler: Weaselby summons a green clone of himself to assist him.]]
30th Aug '17 1:07:10 PM VapourSoulOS
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* DungeonBypass: 5-2 is a difficult level, thankfully you can wall-jump up a nearby wall at the start of the level. This allows you to skip the first enemy ambush, one of the hardest in the game.
30th Aug '17 12:17:01 PM VapourSoulOS
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* BonusStage

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* BonusStageBonusStage: Within a few levels are portals that take you to these stages. They're really good for getting loads of currency (which will serve the player well if they want all upgrades).



* BottomlessPits
* BulletHell: [[spoiler:Cole's robot in 5-6.]]

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* BottomlessPits
BottomlessPits: As to be expected, the game uses them every so often. It's also one of the reasons why you'll hate Tealand.
* BrutalBonusLevel: The secret levels in this game make the normal levels seem easy. You'll need a lot of patience during the Puzzle Realm and Tealand's secret levels.
* BulletHell: [[spoiler:Cole's robot in 5-6.Tealand introduces these small capsule enemies that fire a spreadshot. [[spoiler:The final boss also has an attack that does this as well.]]



* DifficultySpike: The game becomes much harder starting from the second half of World 3/beginning of World 4.

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* DifficultySpike: The game becomes much harder starting from the second half of World 3/beginning of World 4.4 and it doesn't let up.



* GottaCatchThemAll: The Golden Suit pieces.
* GuideDangIt: Finding the secret areas. One requires you to [[spoiler: go through ''lava'']].

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* GottaCatchThemAll: The Golden Suit pieces.
pieces. While most of them are obtained from defeating the game's bosses, some can only be found in [[BrutalBonusLevel secret levels.]]
* GuideDangIt: Finding the secret areas. One of Alantis's secret exits requires you to [[spoiler: go through ''lava'']].



* HarderThanHard: If you though the game was hard, Gentleman Mode makes the game even harder. Enemies hit harder and take more punishment while you have less time in Puzzle Mode due to a faster Puzzle Meter. [[ThisIsGonnaSuck You'll need every last upgrade...]]



* InstantAwesomeJustAddMecha: Hatsworth's Robot Suit.

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* InstantAwesomeJustAddMecha: Hatsworth's Robot Suit. [[spoiler: The final boss is also a giant mech.]]



* NintendoHard: Word of advice: Do NOT attempt the secret levels unless you have a lot of health, upgrades, and are very good at maintaining your temper.

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* NintendoHard: If the Puzzle Realm doesn't anger you then Tealand certainly will. The game can (and will) make you suffer through every last bit of it.
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Word of advice: Do NOT attempt the secret levels unless you have a lot of health, upgrades, and are very good at maintaining your temper.



* RecurringBoss: Weasleby takes a very [[SonicTheHedgehog Robotnik]]-styled approach and is fought no less than five times throughout the game.

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* RecurringBoss: Weasleby takes a very [[SonicTheHedgehog Robotnik]]-styled approach and is fought no less than five times throughout the game.game as a mini-boss. [[spoiler: He's even the boss of the Puzzle Realm and again in Tealand.]]
18th May '17 5:26:45 PM Spanks
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* BigBoosHaunt: The second half of Mysteria moves on from the JungleJapes setting and into a [[BubblegloopSwamp spooky]] [[SwampsAreEvil swamp]], and eventually a graveyard.



* CreepyCemetery: Level 1-5 in Mysteria. Also Lady D's favorite hangout.

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* CreepyCemetery: [[BigBoosHaunt Level 1-5 1-5]] in Mysteria. Also Lady D's favorite hangout.
25th Feb '17 3:41:49 PM nombretomado
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** To EddieIzzard, in the soundtrack ("Cake or Death?"), no less.

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** To EddieIzzard, Creator/EddieIzzard, in the soundtrack ("Cake or Death?"), no less.
23rd Oct '16 7:11:40 PM nombretomado
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* AllThereInTheManual: A number of the more advanced moves (such as "charging up" a projectile attack by shooting it and then making a chain of [[VideoGame/PanelDePon Match Threes]] in the Puzzle Realm before it hits its target) are only discussed in the manual. Lord help you if you buy the game used and without a manual. It doesn't even count as GuideDangIt, because the GameFAQs community doesn't seem to think the game worthy of providing a proper level-by-level walkthrough.

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* AllThereInTheManual: A number of the more advanced moves (such as "charging up" a projectile attack by shooting it and then making a chain of [[VideoGame/PanelDePon Match Threes]] in the Puzzle Realm before it hits its target) are only discussed in the manual. Lord help you if you buy the game used and without a manual. It doesn't even count as GuideDangIt, because the GameFAQs Website/GameFAQs community doesn't seem to think the game worthy of providing a proper level-by-level walkthrough.
5th Sep '16 8:15:13 AM BSonirachi
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** This game felt a bit like a homage to [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Scrooge McDuck]] and WesternAnimation/DuckTales with original "human" (cartoonish) characters in place of the Ducks. Henry Hatsworth is a rich elderly adventurer with more skill than men a third his age who goes around the world searching for valuable treasures, much like Scrooge (the only difference being that he's British). The main antagonist (until the "twist" comes along) is Weasleby, a foppish and arrogant dandy with glasses who probably inherited all his money, much like Scrooge villain John D. Rockerduck (also known as Robax). It's interesting that Scrooge always wears a top hat and Rockerduck a bowler hat, while for Hatsworth and Weasleby their headgear is reversed. Surely coincidence, but there's a similarity there.
17th Aug '16 6:14:30 AM longWriter
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* HelpfulMook: At times: a number of enemies have abilities that cause the puzzle screen to fill with blocks. The idea is to push enemies to the top, and put Hatsworth in danger. The bonus? If there aren't any other enemies, they'll fill the screen with perfectly harmless blocks, which the player can then use to fill his super-meter bizarrely fast. It's really more like "Continue Harming Me" than "Stop Helping Me".
9th Mar '16 1:34:56 AM SoItBegins
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The protagonist, Henry Hatsworth, #1 member of the Pompous Adventurer's Club, is on a mission to obtain the legendary Golden Suit created by the Gentleman, who could control the Puzzle Realm with it in order to obtain that world's treasure. He discovers the first piece, the Golden Hat, resulting in the re-opening of the Puzzle Realm. With the aid of his assistant, Cole, he must travel all over the world in order to collect every piece of the suit and seal the Puzzle Realm once and for all. However, he's not the only one seeking the pieces; his ArchEnemy, Leopold Charles Anthony Weasleby the Third, has the same goal. [[NintendoHard And he won't let Hatsworth succeed so easily...]]

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The protagonist, Henry Hatsworth, #1 member of the Pompous Adventurer's Adventurers' Club, is on a mission to obtain the legendary Golden Suit created by the Gentleman, who could control the Puzzle Realm with it in order to obtain that world's treasure. He discovers the first piece, the Golden Hat, resulting in the re-opening of the Puzzle Realm. With the aid of his assistant, Cole, he must travel all over the world in order to collect every piece of the suit and seal the Puzzle Realm once and for all. However, he's not the only one seeking the pieces; his ArchEnemy, Leopold Charles Anthony Weasleby the Third, has the same goal. [[NintendoHard And he won't let Hatsworth succeed so easily...]]



* AllThereInTheManual: A number of the more advanced moves (such as "charging up" a projectile attack by shooting it and then making up to four [[VideoGame/PanelDePon Match Threes]] in the Puzzle Realm before it hits its target) are only discussed in the manual. Lord help you if you buy the game used and without a manual. It doesn't even count as GuideDangIt, because the GameFAQs community doesn't seem to think the game worthy of providing a proper level-by-level walkthrough.

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* AllThereInTheManual: A number of the more advanced moves (such as "charging up" a projectile attack by shooting it and then making up to four a chain of [[VideoGame/PanelDePon Match Threes]] in the Puzzle Realm before it hits its target) are only discussed in the manual. Lord help you if you buy the game used and without a manual. It doesn't even count as GuideDangIt, because the GameFAQs community doesn't seem to think the game worthy of providing a proper level-by-level walkthrough.
4th Mar '16 8:23:51 PM SoItBegins
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* AdventurersClub: The ''Distinguished'' Adventurer's club

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* AdventurersClub: The ''Distinguished'' Adventurer's clubPompous Adventurers' Club.
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