Scott Hammack

Tallahassee, Florida

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Last visited August 1, 2023
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Cragne Manor, by Ryan Veeder, Jenni Polodna et al.
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(23 ratings)
A tribute to Anchorhead.

Chunky Blues, by Scott Hammack and Jessamin Yu (2011)
(1 rating)
After a night on the town goes wrong, self-proclaimed ace private investigator Mr. Readjustment finds himself unwittingly caught up in a web of intrigue involving missing persons, wealthy...

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Burn the Koran and Die, by Poster   May 26, 2011
"I question the description of this game as satire. There's very little irony involved; one gets the sense -- and this is more or less..." - See the full review