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Three Monkeys, One Cage

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Baf's Guide

Incredibly difficult comedy puzzle-fest featuring a guy trapped in a cage with two monkeys (the guy himself making up the third monkey of the game's title) who has to find a way to escape before the time limit runs out. If very hard games don't appeal to you, or ones where sudden death is just a short step away, this might not be the sort of thing that you you'll yourself enjoying but persevere and there is a surprisingly good game here. Considering the entire game comprises of just four rooms (the four parts of the cage you are trapped in) there is a fair amount of gameplay and the many different ways of trying things lead to a lot of replay value. Recommended for anyone looking for a challenge.

-- David Whyld

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Savage, Funny, Scathing...and extremely Fun. I don't think any single game has ever trounced me quite so soundly and still had me going back for more. I'm a Sci-Fi/Comedy fan from way back (HHGTTG and Red Dwarf!!!) so the tongue-in-cheek commentary was very welcomed. Small actions by the Chimp NPC are priceless. Some day when you are feeling invincible give yourself a run through this game and it'll knock you back down a peg or two, but no matter how many times it happens you'll find yourself reloading from you last save point and trying it again!
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