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About the StoryWritten for SpeedIF Gruff on Jan. 21, 2006; the theme was fractured fairy tales. Vaguely inspired by "This is the house that Jack built."
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Nice wordplay, February 11, 2014
by Simon Deimel (Germany)Considering that it was a speedIF entry, this game is very well done.
The wordplays are not difficult to understand, and the prose is written in stanzas, making this a piece of poetry. The ending is heart-warming.
It is recommendable for beginners who want to see the basic concepts of IF and advanced players who like a short diversion.
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