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About the StoryA light children's-story-ish adventure inexplicably starring rabbits.
Co-Winner, Main Festival - Spring Thing 2017
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Number of Reviews: 2
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This game would be great for older kids but they might need some help with a few of the puzzles. The built in hints but they are not that helpful. There are a few stumper moments but the solutions are logical and can be derived from experimentation and exploration. Also required is some familiarity with Peter Paul and Mary.
There is a cool graphical map, unusual for a glulx game. You have to clean your house before going to market, and collect food, etc. It reminds me of a Peter Rabbit book.
The puzzles were clever, but could be clued better. A lot of the 'corners' of the game feel empty, with conversations especially feeling like they should be more developed or be clearly limited.
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