Jacqueline, Jungle Queen! by Eaten By A Grue

You are Jacqueline McBean, modern woman for the Thirties and intrepid international correspondent for the Fresno Bee. The good news is that you're on your way to a plum assignment among the glitzy spires and glamorous nightclubs of beautiful Golanaland. The bad news is that the plane only makes it ninety-nine percent of the way to Gola City and that last one percent is a real doozy. Alone in the heart of the Golanese jungle and armed only with the powers granted by the ancient jungle shrines, can you learn the ways of the animals, wield torrential rains and searing heat, and become at last the mighty Jungle Queen?

Of course you can! You're a modern woman for the Thirties!

(3rd place, 2014 Interactive Fiction Competition)

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Review by Ashonai
26 Dec 2016
I really enjoyed the dynamics of this adventure. I'd be interested in some sort of sequel about what her life is like afterwards, using her powers to be the best at her job. I really enjoyed your other game, Whitefield Academy of Witchcraft, as well. I hope that you make more games soon... or if you have other games somewhere, please point me in their direction!
(5)

Review by Regisblackgaard
15 Dec 2016
great game! i am appaled by b*****s like Susana who give this one star. Personaly, i havent won yet, but i would like to someday.
(5)

Review by Cyril
20 Sep 2016
Great fun. Wonderfully written with a great sense of humor. Was able to make it through with out any help although at times I was tempted. Everything you need is right there if you take time to pick it up as you go. Overall a good play and certainly worth the time. Thanks for the effort in putting it together. Can't believe you only got third place.
(4)

Review by Susana
11 Oct 2015
Lame and boring.
(1)

Review by pinchme
22 Aug 2015
Short. Logical. Funny and fun! Most importantly it was creative. Would have been nice if certain functions didn't require such a specific sequence of commands. overal a great fun!
(4)

Review by Paper Asssassin
30 Jul 2015
This is a pure masterpiece! The plot and concept is fantastic and I love the humour too.
(5)

Review by iwillbegentle
23 Jul 2015
A great game, really fun with excellent writing though.

Fun puzzles that aren't too easy to solve and relatively straight forward enough so that it doesn't become frustrating.

I had to use a walkthrough though to figure out which commands I was supposed to use occasionally.
(5)

Review by MisterPibb316
29 Apr 2015
I like WAoW, but I prefer this game for a number of reasons: the length of this game is perfect, the solutions are logical (even though I did consult a walkthrough a few times, I could certainly see others not needing to), and I found the writing, including the humor, quite charming and to have the perfect amount of detail. Automated buttons (for looking, taking, reading, and so on) would've been nice, but otherwise, a very impressive effort!
(4)

Review by ANN28
15 Apr 2015
A very fun game. The length was good and the writing was great.
(5)

Review by pappudoo
12 Apr 2015
Enjoyable, clever and well-written, though I have to say I liked Eaten By A Grue's other game (Whitefield Academy of Witchcraft) a lot better. If you like the writing style of this, give that one a try, because it's much more fleshed-out, with interesting characters and lots of really fun twists and turns.
(4)

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Written for Quest 5.5
Published 01 Sep 2014
Updated 16 Nov 2014

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