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Foggywood Hijinx

by Ivan Cockrum


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Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: 2
License: Freeware
Development System: TADS 2
Baf's Guide ID: 1175
IFID: TADS2-6C4A78371AE7EDFC7F97859BBA051410
TUID: lb8t0gzl9xdcrs49

Editorial Reviews

Your uncle was fond of practical jokes, it seems, and his last and greatest joke, now that he's dead, is to turn the whole family into chickens when they show up to squabble over his estate. The challenge is to overcome your newfound limitations and find a way out of the problem, using your uncle's various wacky inventions that litter his study. The inventions themselves are at least as amusing as the premise, since they include things like the Hedge Helpers (a pair of hands to extend one's reach) or the Buffalo-on-a-Spring. There's really only one puzzle, but it's quite a puzzle--it involves all sorts of clever mechanical finagling, and the various peculiar devices are described well enough to make the puzzle solvable. (Well, mostly--there are a few slightly misleading responses.)
-- Duncan Stevens
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