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Arbitrary puzzles, not enough description, no story motivation to make up for it. I think this is not my cup of tea, though I appreciated some moments of understated humor in it. I played until I got into an unwinnable state, and then gave up rather than playing again.
IFReviewer RatingName Emily ShortGender Female
Jacqueline A. Lott Paul OBrian
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