Fingertips: Come On and Wreck My Car

by Paul Laroquod

Episode 23 of Apollo 18 Tribute Album

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- Edo, May 26, 2020

- miruial, October 8, 2018

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Wreck that thing, April 2, 2016

The author credited "Pick Up the Phone Booth and Die" as an inspiration; the format overlap is evident, but this one's more lovingly described and also has a reassuring score system to let you know when you've discovered everything. Catnip to a multiple-endings-aficionado such as myself.

For a lark, I tried putting together the possible actions in a natural flow. There are a great many variations with which one could approach the game, of course, but some endings suggest other endings, so here's one list.

(Spoiler - click to show)Crash
wear sombrero
get tape
open glove box
X severed head
call 999 (or 911, if you prefer)
X windows
X forward
x rear
take guitar
X side
turn off radio
listen harder
take pencil
wake up
push button
X odometer (mileometer does not work for this one)
wake up

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
A one-move game with wildly varying results, February 13, 2016

This game has more variation in it than any other one-move game I have seen. Depending on your action, you could be a human, a robot, a galaxy, or who knows?

Each scenario is well written. I would have given this game 4 stars, but it has a meter telling you how many of the endings this reached, and this just made it frustrating as its quite difficult to guess all the verbs.

- TheFishInBlack (Melbourne, Australia), November 29, 2015

- DAzebras, May 1, 2013

- Mr. Patient (Saint Paul, Minn.), March 31, 2013

- The Xenographer, April 18, 2012

- Joey Jones (UK), April 2, 2012

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