The Wedding

by Neil James Brown

Mystery, Slice of life

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- Canalboy (London, UK.), January 27, 2024

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Short to mid-length game with fun twists, complex puzzles, November 27, 2013
by streever (America)

I enjoyed this game, but found myself in unwinnable situations that weren't clued well, which was a bit frustrating. This game has several ways to make what appears to be unrecoverable mistakes, and doesn't give you a heads up, so you'll want to save the game often.

The writing is good, and the denouement was satisfyingly complex and difficult.

The puzzles are satisfying and require multiple steps, leading to very creative implementation.

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From a man about to get married., October 5, 2013
by theqbasicwizard (Leduc, Alberta)
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It's only a few hours until I have to meet up with the wedding party on my big day. I played this game to pass the time and I must say it is a wonderful game. It did give me a few ideas of my own, but I kid. A wonderful game that should be played more often within the world of Text Adventure games.

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Baf's Guide

Your friend Malcolm disappears just before his wedding, and you suspect foul play. It's up to you to make sure everything goes as planned, while coping with the bride's uncooperative nouveau riche family. Takes place in a manor house with lots of useless scenery. Humorous, very character-oriented, has a few neat code tricks. Contains adaptive hints.

-- Carl Muckenhoupt

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