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z-code version (z3)
Click on the link "Fuddo and Slam 2" and locate the ..z3-file. Can be played with Z-machine interpreters such as Lectrote and Frotz or allround interpreters like Gargoyle.
For all systems. To play, you'll need a Z-Machine Interpreter - visit Brass Lantern for download links.
C64 version (.d64)
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Commodore 64 Application
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Amiga Application
Atari ST version
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Atari ST Application
Spectrum +3 & CPM
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Apple II Application
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The Fishing-Trip - Brown Trout and Goblins

by John Wilson

Fantasy
2020

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About the Story

If you are a fan of Fuddo and Slam then here is a little romp for you to enjoy - hopefully. The game was actually written to illustrate the option in 'PunyInform' to change between the main characters and thereby utilise their individual talents ... not that Slam has much more than his love of food and breaking things.


Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: December 11, 2020
Current Version: 1
License: Freeware
Development System: PunyInform
Forgiveness Rating: Tough
IFID: Unknown
TUID: fqhoqlh01ex5wwvo

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
A fun demo game with a few puzzles written with PunyInform, December 11, 2020
by Denk
Related reviews: PunyInform, Inform

This game was written to illustrate the option in 'PunyInform' to change between the main characters. It is a fun little game, though its background shows. It is not especially well thought out and it can easily be made unwinnable. However, the player can quickly restart this short game or return to a previous save, so it isn't a big deal. However, as this game was made with PunyInform, there is no undo functionality, so save often. Besides that, the parser feels pretty much as most Inform games.

In this game we follow the two "boggits" Fuddo and Slam (many of John Wilson's games take place in a parody world based on Tolkien's universe). These characters had their first game in 1998, which simply was called "Fuddo & Slam". I haven't played that one, so I can't really comment on any similarities between the games.

In the present game, you can switch between these two characters at any time by typing "Become Fuddo" and "Become Slam". The primary difference is, that Slam is stronger and heavier.

Roughly speaking, this game is a treasure hunt. I don't want to reveal much, as part of the game is figuring out what the objective is from some subtle clues in various locations. You can get 230 points maximum, but not all points are required. Also, expect a few maze-like locations.

There really isn't a story, but there were a few fun puzzles and the parser is strong, as it is written with PunyInform. So if you are looking for a quick uncomplicated game, you might like this.


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