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Looks like that meteor crash from page 12 wasn't as harmless as everyone was expecting: now your clothes are playing mad!
A five-room example game for Whizzard's ADV.T rewrite (WADV).
Nominee, Best NPCs - 1996 XYZZY Awards
-- Carl Muckenhoupt
This is a very small game with only five locations but it is well written without any obvious spelling mistakes and bugs. To enter into the spirit of the game I would say that I laughed my socks off all through it and was quite disappointed when the game finished at the front door.
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A cute little game about mutant clothing, February 3, 2016
The clothing acts like NPCs, and are pretty amusing. The puzzles are light and I finished in 15 minutes.
The story is simple, the puzzles are simple, the writing is plain, but the game concept and execution is a lot of fun.
Short fun game.
Little sister's review (age 10 years): Awesomeness. I liked it, but it should have been longer!
(Spoiler - click to show)We had a blast being killed by evil socks!
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