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Return to Ditch Day

by M.J. Roberts profile

Collegiate
2004

About the Story

It's been a decade since you graduated, but now it looks like you're going to have to solve one more Ditch Day stack.

Game Details

Language: English (en-US)
Current Version: 2
License: Freeware
Development System: TADS 3
Baf's Guide ID: 2357
IFID: TADS3-84EC545A7D48EEF7377BD571B9CD8C9D
TUID: sicva377zqygxcq2

Sequel to Ditch Day Drifter, by Michael J. Roberts

Off-Site Reviews

IF-Review
Reditchification
A review by Emily Short. "Mike Roberts' 'Return to Ditch Day' is a full-size, medium-difficulty puzzle game, and a very strong example of this type. The map is large, and much of it is open to unrestricted exploration from the outset of the game. There are a hundred and fifty points to be earned. There's a story that provides ample motivation and context for your behavior, but lets the puzzles shine through. This is a game you can settle into for a while."
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SPAG
A review by Valentine Kopteltsev. "Having such great characters in one's game, it'd be rather stupid to stick to the old trusted treasure hunt, instead of providing them with a decent story. Without getting into much detail, let me assure you -- there is a good plot, and, which is even better, an optional semi-mystery by-plot. The puzzles needed to be solved in order to complete the main story line are kept on the easy side. The player never remains without guideance, as the "tactical subgoals" always are formulated clearly."
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Page Update History

  v.6: 15-Dec-2015 14:50 - Adam Cadre (Current Version) - Edit Page - Normal View
Changed publication date
v.5: 31-Aug-2013 08:13 - Edward Lacey
Changed external review links, cross-references
v.4: 18-Nov-2011 00:06 - Michael Roberts
Changed download links
v.3: 25-Oct-2007 18:41 - Michael Roberts
Changed external review links
v.2: 25-Oct-2007 18:28 - Michael Roberts
Changed author
v.1: 16-Oct-2007 01:49 - IFDB
Created page