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Tall Tales in the Big Easy

by Anonymous


(based on 3 ratings)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Fear and loafing in New Orleans, October 10, 2023

It is not easy being a bread artist with sculptor’s block. Maybe a night out on the town will spark your imagination.

Written for a Speed-IF competition, Tall Tales in the Big Easy is very short with few locations. However, the game does have a lot of creativity, with a plot that involves voodoo-cursed croissants and alligator bones. None of it makes a lot of sense, but the game is so short that it doesn’t really matter.

The game features multiple endings. It also has a scoring system, which sadly doesn’t seem to work.

Tall Tales in the Big Easy is a bite-sized slice of Louisiana atmosphere. If you like your games short and weird, I highly recommend it.

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