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  Fun, Thu 27th Oct 2005
By cchillindawg - See all my reviews

This game definitely was fun to play. Everything was easy to figure out after thinking, but not too simple. There was only ONE time in the game which baffled me, which isn’t so apparent. For a short game, this definitely brought a lot of elements.


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  Well written, Tue 6th Sep 2005
By phazonstorm - See all my reviews

Proof, if proof be needed, that David Whyld can write games other than OTT comedies. One of the few ’interactive stories’ that focus on plot and to heck with puzzles. All in all a success from Adrifts greatest contributor (game-wise).


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  A delightful game., Thu 1st Sep 2005
By thatguy - See all my reviews

I enjoyed this game very much. It requires an eye for detail that you don’t come across very often; quite nice.


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  Well-written short game, Thu 1st Sep 2005
By Chenshaw - See all my reviews

This is a thoughtful game with a well-written narrative. A one-room game, you have to really focus on a few items to see what you can find and learn. I liked the feel of this game, although would have appreciated fuller descriptions of the room and objects.

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