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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:A limited parser castle comedy involving mistaken identities, November 16, 2017
The first part of the game plays out in the tradition established by Arthur DiBianca, where a few key verbs are used in unusual ways to accomplish your goals. Later on, the game branches out, allowing you to switch between certain 'tools' to accomplish various goals.
This game is unusual among limited parser games in that it has quite a few large text dumps, often spanning more than a screen on a laptop computer with maximized window. The writing is good, the story is strong, but it can be a bit much, especially on a second playthrough.
This game also touches on several social issues (not least the annoying habit of young men singing Wonderwall).
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