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Escape with a little help from Fred.
Audience Choice--Best NPC, Best Puzzles, Main Festival - Spring Thing 2019
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I helped beta test this game.
This game is pretty simple. It's a series of locations (28, I think), many of which are connecting rooms like hallways. It has one NPC. The rooms are fairly plainly described. The puzzles are contrived a bit.
But it all works. The puzzles are supposed to be contrived; you are literally exploring a 'demo game' within the game that is unfinished, and you must take advantage of errors in the code to win (like IAG Alpha).
The puzzles are fun, including a modular arithmetic/Chinese remainder theorem type puzzle.
This is a game that fills its own niche of small puzzle-fest exactly well.
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