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by Lenny Pitts


(based on 4 ratings)
1 review

About the Story

In this tiny game, you play as a soldier in Paris in September 1944 just after the city was liberated from Nazi Germany. You have an important appointment to keep: a clandestine meeting at the Eiffel Tower with a former lover.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Release 1
License: Freeware
Baf's Guide ID: 578
TUID: tlyk69fz5pmbwhbp

Editorial Reviews

Baf's Guide

A small life moment during history making. You are meeting yor lover after a long time in the Eiffel tower, in a sequence with an almost dream like atmosphere as the world gradually retreats to the background. Shame that the only puzzle spoils the mood. The game contains graphics. See the other Speed IF #4 games for different takes on the same premise.

-- George Pappas


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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Clever Set-up, Disappointing Delivery, November 13, 2010
by Nick_Hayden (Indiana)
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by Lenny Pitts

[Note: Baf's review above describes the other untitled SpeedIF4 entry, which I believe is actually Peter Berman's. If I am mistaken, I apologize. Below is a review of the one my review notes say Lenny Pitts wrote.]

I was impressed at first with the unique take of the required elements. The player is an onion, driving a Ford Nostradamus, with a chocolate Eiffel Tower and a balsa house with a bathroom. However, that's about all there is to the game. A description answers the puzzle, and you get an unsatisfying ending.

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