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Zombie Wizard of the Apocalypse, Episode 2

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Episode 2 of Zombie Wizard of the Apocalypse
Fantasy, sci-fi, humor

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In "The Most Wanted Man in Arth," Nimrod shelters with mysterious companions and reveals some of his history. There's a fight for him, too, if you're spoiling for one, and something strange is afoot in the woods...

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
"Though I may be a doddering woodsman, the irony is not lost on me.", June 17, 2014
by Hanon Ondricek (United States)

The last episode of ZWotA [TWEEdledeedeedleeDEEDLEdee] cast you as a dead wizard on a bus trying to find the correct random path through a series of death-ends. This episode makes great strides to playability - there's still a tree of random deaths, but they are extensively written and imaginative, then take you right back to make another choice. This makes me much less grumpy about the game.

Once again, some surprisingly witty and puerile humor exchange fluids like promdates. Here you get to choose where you went to school by flipping through ever-more-ridiculous choices. Some of the dialogue gave me Guybrush Threepwood vibes, which isn't a bad thing, along with a bit of Thornton's Mentula Macanus.

I will definitely play more of this if it continues, and can manage to remain specifically funny without devolving into a rehash of gross-out humor that's been done before. So far, at the short chapter lengths, it is just enough of a bite of ridiculous lunacy that doesn't overstay its welcome.

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