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About the StoryYou've had a long day. All you want to do is climb into bed. But why is your pillow quivering like that?
Written for the Apollo 18+20 tribute album project, and loosely inspired by the They Might Be Giants track of the same name.
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A cute one move game about a friend under a pillow, February 13, 2016
Unlike most Apollo 18 games, this game wasn't much fun for me until I found the Amusing and Endings menus, after which it became fun just seeing what she had coded.
Certainly the most charming of the one move Apollo games, with a small sliver of the creepy or gruesome.
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