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Lights, Camera, Action!

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About the Story

Step into the shoes of celebrated film director G. I. Torrance as he endeavours to get his latest masterpiece finished with all the odds set against him. His main star treats him like the hired help, his assistant has become a monkey... and thereís a serial killer at large. Whatever else happens today, itís certainly going to make an interesting film.

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2nd Place - InsideADRIFT Summer Comp 2005

Editorial Reviews

Delron Review Compilation
One of the strongest points of this game is the many distinctive NPCs. They showcase the humour of the game well. The conversation system uses a number-based option approach, but there are enough options usually that this does not seem restrictive. With the game taking place on a movie set, there is a wide variety of places to go, from Mount Doom to Heaven to the Moon. However, as the studios are cheap, none of these places are ever as impressive as they first appear. This is one of the funniest aspects of the game as you examine each location closer and closer to discover what is really there, rather than what is supposed to be.
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