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Short and sweet, April 3, 2016
Recommended for: a date with a bowl of ice cream - you'll finish them at the same time.
An excellent one move, mostly puzzleless game with distinct branches, February 13, 2016
This game really shines in its writing and creativity. It affected me emotionally in a mild, pleasant way.
There is some mild profanity right at the beginning.
Imagistic and imaginative, April 2, 2012
What's That Blue Thing Doing Here?, if a little more limited. Each successful response is inventive and paints a vivid moment. It hasn't the breadth of some other one move games, but for what it is, it's good.
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