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About the StoryIn the BioDome after the Event, it's all getting a little bit desperate. And Bob isn't much help. He won't even let you use his stool. You know. For milking.
A silly little IF puzzler. But can you solve it?
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The "Hard Puzzle" anti-game aesthetic adapted to IFComp, October 19, 2019
This game honors that legacy by having many, many sandbox commands and requiring some outrageous leaps of intuition. I had solved some of the previous Hard Puzzles by decompiling them, and this game has some good-natured nods to people who 'cheat' at games like that.
This differs from the other Hard Puzzles, though, in that it can be solved piece by piece, instead of an all-at-once lightning bolt thought like the former ones.
I won by cheating in three different ways (including (Spoiler - click to show)'decompiling', the intfiction forums, and decompiling).
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