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A Simple Theft 2: A Simple Theftier

by Mark Musante

Episode 2 of A Simple Theft
Fantasy
2010

(based on 1 rating)
1 member review

About the Story

Your master Apaman has learnt about something that may help him unlock the secrets of magic, and has sent you, his apprentice, on another mission: to retrieve the sky rock from the north tower of Fossen Festning, a fortress built into the side of a mountain beside a large waterfall. All you’ve brought with you is a dark cloak and an old grappling hook that Apaman was generous enough to loan to you. All you need to bring out is the sky rock.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: 1
Development System: Inform 7
Forgiveness Rating: Merciful
IFID: 10EB85B4-DF31-4BBC-8843-0D25FA1E15F3
TUID: dynvlb9nvre2dpxh

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Another theft. Still pretty simple., April 4, 2011
by Victor Gijsbers (The Netherlands)
Like its predecessor, A Simple Theft 2 is a short, easy puzzle game that is evidently meant as a snack rather than as a serious meal. Well-written, well-implemented, and perfect if you want to while away fifteen or twenty minutes, but with little lasting appeal.

Your master Apaman has once again sent you to recover an important artefact from a castle, and this time you don't have to enter through the coal chute. Instead, you have a grappling hook which can use to get to places that would not otherwise be accessible to you. There is a nice plot twist halfway through the game, which is perhaps a hint for things to come in a third instalment. Otherwise the game is unremarkable -- although it does have a 'last lousy point' that I was not able to collect.

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