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The Damp Camp

by James Dean and Jarvist Frost


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In this small game, a freak accident with plant growth chemicals has trapped you at a substandard campground, now surrounded by 50 feet high grass, and you must escape. Written by two 14-year old boys, this game is somewhat into gross-out humour, and supports a few verbs for various bodily emissions, should you like to experiment. However, if you'd rather not play a game where the protagonist vomits uncontrollably every so often, I'll certainly understand.

-- David Welbourn

On the whole, `The Damp Camp' is quite a decent little game. I almost called it nice for a moment, but it's not and I don't think the lunacy that is Mujisoft ever intended for it to be nice. Although nice, doesn't necessarily mean fun, and Damp Camp is fun.
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