You are Shoddy. You live in Toytown with your friend Pigears . You wake very early one morning. It's very quiet. Pigears is missing!
Note .This is not a game for small children. Toytown has grown up a little.
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What a brilliant game! I was so enthralled, I played it all in one sitting. The attention to detail was stunning and it ran smoothly and completely bug free. I look forward to playing more of your games, Father!
This is a well-written, dry-witted and thoroughly enjoyable game. It was challenging without being impossible, although I did my darndest to make it so (word to the wise, look at everything). Thanks to Father for putting up with my blondeness and answering my questions. Great game and will look out for anything else you have created or will create. :)
Hi Father, many apologies for not returning sooner to leave a review!
I don't usually play games on this site that aren't written by authors whose work I am familiar with and enjoy such as Craig Dutton, Peter Edwards, Privateer and Benjamin, since I got tired of playing games riddled with bugs and spelling which described most of the games by new authors that I played, but, having seen that Charles Scott had left a favourable review on one of your games I thought I'd give your new game a play and I'm extremely glad I did. The humour is not entirely to my taste (this is not a criticism, just an observation), but the descriptions, settings and characters were extremely well realised and the puzzles were fantastic! The game was refreshingly bug-free and played smoothly from beginning to end. I enjoyed the way you handled the train ride between the two towns and was very impressed with your attention to detail, you described most objects, areas and characters, even when they had no direct bearing on the game, which really helped to establish the landscape and storyline. I also enjoyed the plethora of red herrings you threw in which certainly made the game more challenging, even if I did get a bit overwhelmed by the proliferation of useless keys in the fort office!
Congratulations on an excellent sophomore game and I look forward to playing your future endeavors, I am now off to play your first game!