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1st Place - Spring Thing 2009
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:You may be only a pig-boy, but you know your ducks., May 10, 2013
The lightness does perhaps disguise that it is possible to put yourself in an unwinnable position without the game immediately telling you. However, these occasions seem rare, and with careful reading you should be able to avoid this (if the narrative voice seems iffy about your action, consider its necessity before continuing on). The inventory system is also rather inefficient - while the game will automatically shift items into a container when your hands are full, it then ceases to recognise you as 'having' these items, and you will have to take them again before attempting to use them. This is a minor quibble, however, and doesn't really get in the way of the fun.
In all, this is a great little comic puzzler, full of the joys of spring (and things).
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