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About the StoryGiant slugs have mysteriously taken over your town and they just keep on growing and multiplying. Can you escape from the slugs, find out where they came from, or maybe even find a way to destroy them? This game is replayable and has three different endings.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:A funny game about giant slugs that ends too soon for me, October 4, 2019
It's got fun illustrations, an enjoyable premise (giant slugs attack everything), and the beginnings of inventory- and location-based puzzles.
But then it's over so quickly. It's 10,000 words, and you don't see most of those because it branches a lot.
In a way, it's kind of like Dungeon Detective 1 last year. I liked that game, too, but it was also too short, and the author made a bigger sequel (Dungeon Detective 2) this year that was much longer, and I loved it.
If anything, I just want more of this. Would love to play more games by this author.
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