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Help get the lovable sasquatch Bigfoot off of Santa's naughty list before Christmas!
10th place - Adventuron Christmas Jam
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This Adventuron game has you using a teleporter to access three different areas with interlocking puzzles.
The story idea is clever: Bigfoot has been implicated in 3 different acts of mischief and is on the naughty list. He asks you to clear his name.
In a world of perfect implementation, this would be a fairly fun puzzle game. It relies on some visual puzzles included in the graphics.
Unfortunately, there are numerous errors. Adventuron doesn't let you know if an object is undescribed or you typed it wrong, so that caused a few issues with things like a vital but undescribed rock show ad. The main verbs necessary for solving two key puzzles are implemented weird (for one, (Spoiler - click to show)PUT something INTO something doesn't work but INSERT something INTO something does, and for the other (Spoiler - click to show)you have to UNSCREW something instead of TURNing or RATCHETing when you have a ratchet).
A few other things added up to make it a frustrating experience. If the game were polished a bit more, it would be more enjoyable. Still, it had many charming moments.
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