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About the StoryA tourist searching for total boredomness slips into an adventure and accidentally reveals the secret of a famous point'n'click adventure trilogy that never was. Maybe you want to visit "that island" again 29 years later, old enough to drink white russian wearing a bath robe.
For your convenience I built a standalone lectrote app for linux-x64, windows, macos and linux-arm64 (yes, i am a pinebook owner) over at https://gnubox.org/tsosi-electron/ version 1.0 contains the identical ifcomp glulx file.
You want to improve my non native english? Please come along and create pull requests, if you want: https://github.com/nebocamin/tsosi-story/blob/master/Source/story.ni
77th Place - 25th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2019)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:A very long pirate-themed parser game that could use some clean-up, October 8, 2019
This game is confused. The simplest problem is language: the author has asked for help in the description from people willing to work on the English.
But even with perfect English, the plot would be bizarre. You're getting wristbands for doing pirate activities, and one of them involves (Spoiler - click to show)Using a durian fruit to bait a hook to catch a man in a manatee suit made of a giant pile of meat that another man sews for you, and somehow this gives you the 'barbecue' badge.
Conversation was simple due to the nice extensions used, but actions were difficult to guess.
The plot, writing and action issues made me not feel emotionally invested in this game.
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