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In this small game, you play as a kid in a playground. You want to play dinosaurs in the sand box, but you forgot to bring your toy dinosaurs with you.
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In this game you play a young child searching the playground. This game is small and short, with four rooms and four puzzles. The writing in the game was cute enough to make it an enjoyable 10 minute diversion, and although I encountered a few tiny bugs, none of them were substantial detractors. One puzzle does break a bit with IF convention (Spoiler - click to show)by giving a different response to the same action, but somehow repeating the action was natural enough in this game that trying it a second time is almost natural and makes the puzzle fun rather than hard.. The final puzzle made me smile. As I wandered about the game poking and prodding objects, trying to get a winning screen, I finally had an ah-ha moment, the type of moment that makes me feel smart and makes a game feel fun.
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|Carpathian Vampire, by Garry Francis|
Average member rating: (4 ratings)
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|Renga in Four Parts, by Jason Dyer|
Average member rating: (2 ratings)
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