Weary Eerie Way

by Andrew Schultz profile

2021

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A surreal world with pig latin sprinkled throughout, November 11, 2021
by MathBrush
Related reviews: 15-30 minutes

This game is an overflow for ideas that didn't fit into the author's previous Pig Latin-themed game, Under They Thunder.

Like the majority of Andrew Schultz games, this is a world with names based on some linguistic trick (here, Pig Latin) that is surreal and focuses a lot on overcoming bullies using self-confidence.

It's a speed-IF with a small map, and due to the constraints almost all objects are undescribd.

The main gameplay element is that you walk around, but the map is blocked, but occasionally you get an item when you're walking that helps you pass them.

There's a little more to it than that, but I confess that I couldn't grasp the main puzzle at the end without glancing at the walkthrough.


- Edo, November 2, 2021


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