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Toby's Nose, by Chandler Groover
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Pick Up the Phone Booth and Aisle, by David Dyte, Steve Bernard, Dan Shiovitz, Iain Merrick, Liza Daly, John Cater, Ola Sverre Bauge, J. Robinson Wheeler, Jon Blask, Dan Schmidt, Stephen Granade, Rob Noyes, and Emily Short
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69,105 Keys, by David Welbourn
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Snack Time!, by Hardy the Bulldog and Renee Choba
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Suveh Nux, by David Fisher
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The Wizard Sniffer, by Buster Hudson

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Discworld lite, November 28, 2017
A light-hearted, funny adventure, reminding me sometimes of Discworld, and sometimes of classic cartoons in its use of traditional humor tropes (hammy hero (and I don't mean the pig), wacky chases, crossdressing, etc.) The game world may seem a little intimidating at first with its many rooms, but the puzzles are simple and satisfying enough (the way you deal with the (Spoiler - click to show)vending machine is good for a laugh).

Most controversially, near the end the game takes a detour from pure comedy into social commentary on things such as gender roles and LGBT issues, and these parts feel a little grating; you might enjoy the ending less or more, depending on how you feel about that kind of lecturing. The finale feels a bit underwhelming, but one tiny detail I loved was (Spoiler - click to show)tasting the label-switched potions alluded to throughout the game, their effects hinting towards how each and every transformation in the castle had happened.

+=3, by Carl de Marcken and David Baggett
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Strange Days, by Kunafits
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The Absolute Worst IF Game in History, by Dean Menezes

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What., November 18, 2008
There is a maze. You enter the maze and wander around randomly until you either win (with a standard victory message) or die (as above - standard death message). That's all. That's all there is. Do not waste your time. There is nothing amusing or interesting about this so-called "game".

The Djinni Chronicles, by J. D. Berry

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What just happened?, December 31, 2007
The writing is good, but unfortunately the writing is often confusing. It is hard to see what to do (especially in the 3rd part) and it's hard to realize that you're playing as (Spoiler - click to show)three different genies rather than just one.

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