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3 Minute Adventure
A short interactive story. Get equipment, go fight a dragon, talk with a princess. Epic adventure.

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3 Minute Adventure

by Peter Achberger

Fantasy, Humor
2018

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(based on 2 ratings)
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About the Story

A short interactive story. Get equipment, go fight a dragon, talk with a princess. Epic adventure.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: September 17, 2018
Current Version: 1
License: Freeware
Development System: Custom
Forgiveness Rating: Merciful
IFID: Unknown
TUID: zystqfgnq99uxxlf

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Does what it set out to do, but nothing more, December 27, 2018
3 Minute Adventure is a short choice-based parody story about saving a princess from a dragon.

Parodies of clichéd fantasy and fairy tales are a well-worn subject, in and out of IF. Fortunately, in terms of humour, 3 Minute Adventure delivers. It's not the funniest thing ever, but the jokes stick the landing. I particularly enjoyed the fact that (Spoiler - click to show)it turns out that the blacksmith would have been able to supply you with the one thing you actually need for your quest, and that there is no way to get it even when you know what you'll need.

Aside from that, nothing about it is really memorable. There is a bit of choice, but it all funnels down to the same plotline. There is only one ending, which I find... not really excusable, in a game this short. I really would have liked if your actions towards the dragon led to a bit of a difference in the outcome. Perhaps the biggest nod towards player independence is in the closet scene, which I found one of the funniest parts of the game, (Spoiler - click to show)though it loses subtlety points for outright name-dropping The Stanley Parable.

The homebrew format (grey text in a Comic Sans-like font, appearing in real-time typing speed, with specific action buttons appearing at each choice) isn't awful, but not particularly attractive, either.

A reasonably well-made game, with some good jokes, but not very memorable. It has a kind feel to it which makes me feel it would be appropriate for young children. However, I wonder if children old enough to get references to He-Man or the original Legend of Zelda wouldn't prefer meatier fare.

3 minutes of goofy, fast-paced silliness, December 1, 2018
A very simple choice-based comedy skit: thou must saveth thy princess from thee dragon. Naturally, things don't go to plan. Plays in a browser window and is over in a flash. Very linear, but guaranteed to raise a smile.

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