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David Good’s "Menagerie!"
3 out of 5 (2 reviews)  

This is a update to "Menagerie!" converted to ADRIFT 4.0. In this game you are an animal lover who works for PETA. Your goal is to get videotape of # the animals at the circus, whom you suspect are mistreated. You start with # a camera, a few dollars, and

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Category: Complete adventure 
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Total Downloads: 124 
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  Ground-breaking coding for its time!, Wed 15th Dec 2004
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"Set at a circus, this puzzle-packed game also has a plot and is probably the best example of ADRIFT’s capabilities for sound, pictures and varied scene description." - Eric Mayer, "Brass Lantern"

"One of the best Adrift games I’ve played. Location descriptions change from time to time via a clever series of events. The writing is nothing less than excellent from start to finish and it’s a pity we don’t get a few more games like." -Anon

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