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About the StoryUn mal de tronche terrible. Une sacrée cuite, faut croire. Ou trop de Bomberman.
Et ce chat qui pionce pépère dans son panier, en voilà qui un a la vie facile !
1st Place - French Comp 2005
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In this IF, you have to finish some kind of machine, and your geek friends left different plans for it. The story doesn't go farther than that, but it's fun replaying to find all the endings (finding the "good" one isn't really the aim here).
The game is really funny and full of jokes about geeks, and is worth playing only for that reason according to me. I often found myself smiling.
Sadly, it could be better implemented: some items are missing or hard to find because they are hardly mentionned. The French typography is also not respected. Fortunately, the fun is still here and I think this IF is one of the best in French, at leadt in the humour genre.
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