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A cheerful take on the "dog ate my homework" excuse and the "can't teach a old dog new tricks" adage, "A Very Old Dog" follows the player-character's attempts to housebreak a grad student's science experiment.
This experiment is a playfully menacing pet, and your attempts to train him involve diverting, but straight-forward, puzzles. Unfortunately, a bug in the game's auto-naming feature can break the game, so name your new pet yourself, and you'll likely enjoy this little romp.
This cute game is very brief (about 20 minutes). You've been presented with a new pet velociraptor and must keep him from destroying your apartment. The puzzles are fairly easy, with the exception of the final puzzle, which may not be obvious to everyone. The premise is original enough to make the game an amusing and short diversion.
|Sergeant Guffy's Day, by TheDefiant|
Average member rating: (1 rating)
In this comedy mystery text adventure, you play the time-traveling assistant to bumbling detectives, at the ready wherever and whenever you're needed. Suspense, deduction, forensic science, three-dimensional characters and...
|Toby's Nose, by Chandler Groover|
Average member rating: (85 ratings)
A murder most foul has been committed and Sherlock Holmes is on the case. You are his dog.
|Narcissi, by Teela Brown|
Average member rating: (2 ratings)
Written for the NarraScope 2020 Game Jam. An Elizabethanesque Revery in a Shady Grove.