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Best Adventure Winner of the 2011 Spanish-language V Minicomp. Best Interactivity Winner on spanish Premios Hispanos 2011. A fantastic terror short tale; you've been sent to the drugstore to "get" some drugs. You thought that the dark would be a good cover, but somethings get bad before they get worse...
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Although this is not Incanus' most polished game, it was my personal favorite until I found the time to play Ofrenda a la Pincoya. It's also the one I'd recommend for Spanish language learners--The parser never misunderstood me and didn't expect me to go through extremely detailed procedures.
Aunque este juego no es el más finamente construido de las obras de Incanus, todavía era mi favorita, hasta que leí Ofrenda a la Pincoya. También este es el que recomendaria para los que están aprendiendo el Español.
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