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by David Welbourn

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Buried Alive

by David Whyld profile

Humor
2004

(based on 2 ratings)
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About the Story

Unbelievable! You've been buried in the back garden by your wife who's left you for a younger man! Can you get out and get revenge before the soil starts closing in on you?

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Freeware
Development System: ADRIFT
Baf's Guide ID: 2693
IFID: ADRIFT-400-82F2AE87232C237B56725425BE6B7DDD
TUID: 8ps8thn9t80pscsc

Awards

1st Place - ADRIFT 2nd Three Hour Comp 2004

Editorial Reviews

Baf's Guide


This game is short, clever, wacky, and gruesome. You are Hubert, a curtain ring salesman, buried alive by your formerly-loving wife, Gertrude. You goal is to escape the grave and teach that woman a lesson?a fatal lesson. And it's a comedy.

Caution: This game contains blood, severed body parts, infidelity, murderous spouses, and a well setup off-color joke. Expect wackiness in some of the object descriptions.

Verb hint: Try using GET instead of TAKE.

-- David Welbourn

Delron Review Compilation
Longer and better for time limited games
As far as time limited game competitions go, this is one of the longer and better written games. It is funny, regardless of the fact that your character is
trying to survive an attempt on his life, and that the milkmanís leg is about to be served for dinner. Unfortunately, the game offers no warning when you are about to die, and youíll do that quite often.
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