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About the Story
Your brother Sam is sitting across from you. He seems to be waiting for something.
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Like Adri's other Apollo 18 album game, this game is a cute story with some lurkier undertones.
You are sitting with your brother Sam eating brownies. He has just eaten a brownie and is asking him for the milk. You can give him the milk, or do anything else that comes to mind. Adri has coded quite a few responses which can be found in the Endings and Amusing sections.
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