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by David Welbourn

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The Damsel and the Dragon

by Richard Bos


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About the Story

In this very short one-room game set in someone's personal library, you play as a would-be hero. The Damsel, Elise, is in obvious Distress. Could you please turn off her Dragon computer for her?

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Entrant - DragonComp

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Baf's Guide

A simple one-room joke game where, to be a hero, you must help a Damsel turn off her Dragon computer. Feel free to look around and try the non-obvious; for a joke game, it may surprise you with its depth.

-- David Welbourn


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