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A dreamlike tale of a Monkey and a Bear, June 26, 2016
You play as a dancing bear, muzzled and wearing dancing clothes. Your compatriot monkey helps you escape and run away to the hills.
This is a shuffle comp game, which means it was created in a fairly short time period. However, most of this time seems to have been used to take a short concept and make it very polished, with innovative setting and writing, an XYZZY-nominated NPC, and text effects.
A short game, and an interesting one. I had some trouble guessing commands, but that was my only hangup.
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