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Tanker and Webb

by Andrew Frederiksen


(based on 4 ratings)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Very short, October 20, 2007
by Tracy Poff (Hamlin, West Virginia, United States)
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Tanker and Webb is a Speed-IF entry, so one cannot expect too much, but its single puzzle is too easy to present any challenge--I finished in two and a half minutes, counting killing myself and restarting. I will say that allowing you to kill yourself is a nice touch.

The premise is fairly amusing, and the bugs aren't so bad as to cause difficulty. The ending is nice, too. This is more like a vignette than a story, and, if taken as such, isn't bad. It wouldn't be difficult to beat this in a minute, and Tanker and Webb is probably worth that minute, though perhaps no more.

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