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About the StoryIt's 1929. Incorrigible street urchin Lil' Ragamuffin and her sewer rat pal Percy have been imprisoned in the cellar of the Baleful Backwash speakeasy by dastardly gangsters. Save Percy and evade bootleggers, bluesmen, and bedeviling birds to escape this basement bastille!
Entrant, Main Festival - Spring Thing 2018
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A clever puzzle game with lots of character and some bugs in the ointment, May 8, 2018
This game puts a spin on things by placing your long-standing help system and narrative device Percy the Rat in confinement.
It features stereotypical Italians as the antagonists, with names like Tony Macaroni. It would be somewhat uncomfortable, except that it's less of a parody of Italians themselves and more of a parody of gangster movies's and novels' parodies of Italians.
There were several bugs in the version that I played, but it made the game more interesting, as I had to type exactly the right command, and it became just another puzzle. But polish and interactivity correspond to two of my stars, which is why I'm giving 3/5.
Since my original review, the game has been revised to fix many bugs, so I'm increasing my score to 4/5.
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