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About the StoryA pasture full of non-procedurally-generated grass for you, a sheep, to eat.
Created for the Tiny Utopia Jam.
Winner - Tiny Utopia Jam
Possibilities in the TinyUtopias IF Jam
...I don’t want to overhype [sheep here] but please play this game. I think I’ve discovered I really love what I think of as “parser poetry”, small parser games with a limited verb set...
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A tiny parser game about a happy happy sheep, April 20, 2016
The aesthetic works for the game. A large chunk of the game consists of randomized text, with many clever results.
The game accounts for many, but not all, standard responses. A couple of these responses made me laugh out loud.
The subtitle about non-procedurally generated grass probably refers to a discussion in intfiction and euphoria chat about how randomness is not the same as procedural generation.
This game was entered in the Tiny Utopia jam, providing a fascinating concept of "utopia".
There were a few issues (like the moon being listed after it left), and even more commands could have been implemented. But these are minor quibbles.
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