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The bells. The bells!
1st Place - PunyJam #2
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This game's central puzzle is to escape the pub. There are two ways out of the pub, numbered #1 and #2; when the game ends, it tells you which of the two paths you discovered.
Solution #2 requires a bit of "guess the preposition" that I felt made that puzzle kinda unfair. (Spoiler - click to show)I don't see why I should have to "look under the tray" to see that it's oriented incorrectly. I think that should have been revealed to me when I examine the tray or something.
Overall, it's a cute little game, and if you cheat on solution #2, it's an enjoyable game for a few minutes of play.
A tiny game, but so much happening. The game is fun and unusual, and I had to look into this Morris madness which was a nice tangent :) The phobia is of course a bit silly but fits the theme and the setting well. And big props to providing two solutions that both are well implemented and logical.
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