Zombie Eye

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- EJ, November 21, 2022

- nf, November 16, 2022

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
A brief but frightening Adventuron game about a zombie eye, November 14, 2022
by MathBrush
Related reviews: 15-30 minutes

This is a pretty surreal Adventuron game with images and a little music about confronting a giant Zombie eye in the London Underground. It involves a lot of sensory details, including sound and touch, in ways I found pretty poetic.

Dee Cooke is perhaps the adventuron author I know best, having made several excellent games before and winning or placing high in a lot of comps. I was surprised when this game was so small, then impressed when I realized it was in the 'made in 4 hours' division instead of the 'longer than 4 hours' division it seemed like it was in. This is pretty great for a speed-IF, with conversation, a reactive NPC, and graphics and sound.

Overall, it's a nice little treat with good atmosphere and some perspective shifts.

- Mr. Patient (Saint Paul, Minn.), November 11, 2022

- Rovarsson (Belgium), November 8, 2022

A tight cornea, November 5, 2022

by jakomo
Related reviews: ectocomp2022

Tiny Adventuron parser adventure in which you try to rid the world of the titular monstrosity. A one-puzzle, one-room game, nicely illustrated with blocky graphics and some basic sound-effects. Uses the Adventuron "house style" - the look & feel of a 1980s BBC microcomputer. I managed to get stuck right at the start (the convenient VERBS command was enough to unblock me) but was smooth sailing from that point on.

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