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Light, playful, entertaining, October 5, 2020
A nice parser game with no obvious flaws or bugs on my first playthrough. Probably very good for a newcomer to IF: only about a dozen rooms, not too many items, well-defined goals, and an Invisiclues style hint system if necessary.
For anyone looking for a solid, light-hearted game with a handful of pretty simple puzzles and a bit of humor, there are many worse ways to spend an evening. The interactions between the PC and the NPCs--a village idiot and the family he rents a "room" from--are cute and well written. The first couple puzzles involving animals are not all that challenging, but the responses detailing what the PC is thinking as he solves the puzzles is great.
I wouldn't say the game was exceptional, but the end game does provide a "Did You Try?" list with enough things for me to replay.
A solid IF Comp 2020 entry. Given the tone and genre, it's hard to think of any complaints.