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About the StoryMr. Leg woke up in the middle of the night. Help him get some milk. One puzzle. Extremely short.
This experimental game was made in an hour and a half. The game is in first person and intentionally uses a childish, all-lowercase, grammatically incorrect minimalist narrative style.
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It's just a pity the author didn't replace the default responses -- with the game's childish unpunctuated style, being suddenly confronted with "I am carrying nothing." or "That's not a verb I recognise." jars one out of the mood.
It would be interesting to see the protagonist in another adventure.
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