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Momodora III is a classic action platform game with a variety of items and secrets. It's the third installment of the Momodora series, although playing the previous titles is not necessary to enjoy the game!
Release Date: Jul 1, 2014
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Steam Cards + v. 1.08

August 12

Hello everyone!
Here's a new version of the game,

Changelog v. 1.08
-added steam cards!
-adjusted some things. bosses in general do more damage now, and have more hp
-ladybugs now drop less money and have a rarer chance to spawn the golden variant
-easy mode now starts with 4 hearts
-renamed easy mode
-changed the game's description on the store page!
-fixed a graphical bug related to being cursed as a bunny
-fixed some typos

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version 1.06

July 6

-fixed a bug which didn't reset the ghost helper's state
-fixed a bunch of bugs related to the extra boss fight
-fixed a typo in ceremonial fabric's item description. it's actually "attack +400%"!
-fixed a bug which allowed you to get to a room you died in from another save file
-fixed a bug in arabella sisters boss fight
-made it so mariel disappears from her usual locations if the timer is past 30 minutes
-made it so you can manage inventory items while next to a save point without triggering the save point dialogue

That's it, for now. Steam Cards will be out soon, I hope!

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About the Game

Momodora III is a classic action platform game with a variety of items and secrets.
It's the third installment of the Momodora series, although playing the previous titles is not necessary to enjoy the game!
The game takes a departure from the style of Momodora II and focuses more on linear level design, similar to the first title in the series.

It follows a simple story revolving around sudden weird apparitions at the village of KoHo.
The people of the village send two priestesses, Momo and Dora, to investigate the matter.

-6 regular stages, plus one secret stage!
-Items that allow you to customize your way of playing
-Difficulty selection
-Several secrets, and more!!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
    • Processor: Pentium or equivalent processor
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 8 compatible graphics card with at least 32MB of video memory
    • DirectX: Version 8.0
    • Hard Drive: 50 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 8 compatible sound card
    • Additional Notes: 800ˣ600 or greater screen resolution with 16-bit or 32-bit colors
Helpful customer reviews
57 of 75 people (76%) found this review helpful
6.6 hrs on record
A platformer inspired by Cave Story and Dark Souls, this game is simple and yet very challenging, with many bosses to defeat and items to collect.

The items allow you to customize your play, giving you extra speed, long ranged attacks and a ghost clone, to name a few. And of course some of these items are hidden in hard-to-spot rooms and behind interesting bosses, creating a great sense of progression as you unlock more of them and open up your options in combat.

The difficulty is certainly there, specially if you are not playing on easy. Bosses will pack a punch, but they telegraph their moves with their smooth animations, which is where you see the Dark Souls inspiration.

And to top it off, it has pretty graphics and cute characters. Even if it's kinda short (I could finish it in 1 hour on easy) it contains a new game+ mode, and the hard mode will most likely put up a nice challenge. I'm sure I'll come back to this game multiple times yet.

Oh, and I definitely recommend that you also check out Momodora 2, which is more of a "metroidvania", and is free.
Posted: June 30
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24 of 27 people (89%) found this review helpful
4.9 hrs on record
Momodora III is the charming new installment in rdein's fast and fun series of action-platformers centered around the two priestesses of the game's namesake and takes a slight departure from the metroidvania styled Momodora II for a more straight-forward and accessible action adventure. While some may be disheartened with the change I was more than happy with the almost arcade-like progression making it an incredibly addictive and easy to pick up game that still retains all of the depth and flair of it's predecessors.

There are still plenty of secrets strewn about the various levels for you to explore for and you'll have more than enough game-changing equipment to find for your journey, the platforming is precise thanks to simple controls, and the combat is lightning quick with a choice of split-second slashes or charged bullets for more strategic situations. The game can be very challenging, especially with the harder choice of sisters, since the enemy placements are very well thought-out and require some fast-thinking to deal with unharmed and the bosses will require lots of fast reflexes and coordination with their almost Megaman-like patterns.

Fans of future-classic indie favorites such as Cave Story, or Noitu Love will be instantly attracted to the visuals as there is a lot to adore here from the cute and offbeat cast of characters to the lovingly crafted backgrounds all with a touch of that nostalgic old school flair. The soundtrack carries the same retro appeal with it's soothing melodies that change and intensify with each new area, all-in-all creating a package that any fan of old school indie platformers should not be able to resist.

The game is a short but sweet experience with lots of amazing creature designs and lore to learn. Replayability here is extremely high and with it's secrets to find, multiple characters of varying difficulty, and diverse approaches to each boss the game clocks in at around an hour per play which in my opinion is just right as each level and setting changes often enough to stay engaging and not overstay it's welcome making Momodora III an easily recommendable experience at it's affordable $4.99 pricetag.
Posted: July 3
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12 of 15 people (80%) found this review helpful
4.6 hrs on record
Momodora III, a game inspired by video games. It has some platforms to jump on so it's obviously got a bit of Mario in it. It has respawning enemies to fight so it's got some Call of Duty in it. There's a charge attack in it so it's got some Megaman in it. There's some girls in it so it's inspired by Touhou. You can fight bosses so there's some MGS in there. The enemies are sometimes anthropomorphic onions, so a bit of Parappa the Rapper. You kneel over at checkpoints that you can warp around to, a feature directly ported from Dark Souls 2. This game's difficulty is taken from the classic platformer Microman. You can equip items to your character just like in Skyrim. There's blocks that fall down, just like Tetris.

In fact, I would find it hard to not compare things in this game to other games. Maybe that's because comparison is actually a really bad way to objectively review anything on an individual basis.
Posted: July 22
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12 of 16 people (75%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
Great art, Great Music, and solid platformer gameplay, the story however is semi-vauge.
Although this greenlit title is VERY short, i finished it in 46 mins.
I would love to see more of this series, it's like the Souls series mixed with Castlevania to some extent.

If your not into speedrunning, there isn't much else to do after you beat the game.
It's a fun pickup, but i reccomend grabbing it on a sale for a quick game.
Due to how simply short it is, most people won't find the worth of it. If you dislike games with little play value consider skipping this title.
Posted: July 1
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9 of 13 people (69%) found this review helpful
5.3 hrs on record
After playing the first two games, I was excited to see what was in store for Momodora 3. The game isn't filled with exploration as in Momodora 2, but it isn't as arcadey as the original game either.

This game comes in two difficulties, Momo (hard) and Dora (Easy), each staring their own individual girl. The controls are simple, and leaves the player a lot of room to decide how to defeat a boss or get through a level. You can buy equipable items at one of the few shopkeeper locations, but even these won't make a big difference when it comes to facing a boss. Overall, the game gives you quite a bit of a challenge.

The music is pretty good too, really fitting. Hellkite Drake brings a wonderful addition to the music, complementing Elektrobear from the previous installments. That said, Momodora 2's album was great also. You should check it out.

For $5, you're getting a really nice game with a good amount of difficulty. The length of the game might not be enough to justify the purchase. My recommendation would be to play the first two games, since they are free on the dev's website. That way you get a taste of what to expect and have a good introduction to the series.
Posted: July 1
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