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-- R. Serena Wakefield
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"Overall, I found Deephome to be an enjoyable game, in much the same tradition of other classic dungeon adventures. The author's writing style, which is descriptive without being overly elaborate, allows the player to imagine his or her surroundings while playing, and instills enough atmosphere to convey a bit of a cultural feel to the game." (Geoff Gander)
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"Joshua Wise's Deephome is a rather uneven effort: it's a well-built world with plenty of attention to detail, and the setting is nicely done. As a game, however, it doesn't work so well--there are far too many mimesis-breaking moments and unfair puzzles--and the result, sadly, is rather unsatisfying." (Duncan Stevens)
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Shallow-but-fun-home, October 18, 2007
Moderately fun, but not satisfying.
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