Conan Kill Everything

by Ian Haberkorn

Fantasy/Humor
2005

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
A funny one-room game. Under-implemented, but great for a firsttime author, February 3, 2016

Conan Kill Everything was intended to be dumb humor. The author chose the name from a competition for dumbest IF games. In this game, you must kill everything. When you do, you win.

The puzzles are actually pretty fun, but the game feels a bit underimplemented at times. Descriptions of objects and characters are sparse. It fits in with the game's setting, though.

Honestly, the game plays like a combination of Pick Up the Phonebooth and Die with Suveh Nux. If you liked those two games, you'll like this. If you liked just one, you might or might not like this.


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- Mr. Patient (Saint Paul, Minn.), February 22, 2014


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