One Last Thing...
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One Last Thing...

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About the Story

You thought your mission for the Company was over. But you were wrong.

This really is the very last day you have to work for them - one last day, one last job, one last thing. Then you'll be free! Time to get moving - the sooner you can get the job done, the sooner you'll be out of here.

Now, where has that keycard for the garage door gone?

One Last Thing... was created for the Adventuron Next Adventure Jam 2020, and is a sequel to the Adventuron CaveJam 2019 entry The Cave of Hoarding.

Game Details

Language: English (en-GB)
First Publication Date: July 5, 2020
Current Version: 0.1.4
License: Freeware
Development System: Adventuron
Forgiveness Rating: Polite
IFID: Unknown
TUID: 9vbomsfqomef13f6


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Unfair verbs, July 27, 2020

This game has some "guess the verb" puzzles with non-standard verbs (Spoiler - click to show)(tip, crush) without much hinting.

I'm not categorically opposed to "guess the verb" puzzles, but you can't have a GTV puzzle in a game with a limited parser, because 99% of the time, the verb you'd reasonably guess won't be supported.

For example, you can't (Spoiler - click to show)smash peanut; you can only (Spoiler - click to show)crush peanut.

The backstory was evocative, but it never became relevant to the lock-and-key puzzle the story was actually about.

This is version 2 of this page, edited by Dee Cooke on 13 July 2020 at 2:50pm. - View Update History - Edit This Page - Add a News Item