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Goat Herd and the Gods
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|Short game||Can be completed within 30 minutes|
|Medium length game||Takes at least 30 mins to finish|
|Full length game||As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic|
|MAGS game||Monthly AGS competition entry|
|Non-adventure game||Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!|
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About this gameLife was pretty peaceful for Atl the Aztec goat herder. That is until the legendary El Chupacabra showed up to decimate his four legged friends. Against such a mighty foe, how can Atl save the day? Maybe with a little divine intervention? Join our cowardly goat herd on his journey and find out in Goat Herd and the Gods!
Goat Herd and the Gods is a short point and click adventures game, and is the second title from Dropped Monocle's team.
Nominated, Best Character 2014
Nominated, Best Short Game 2014
Nominated, Best Freeware Game Created with AGS 2014
Nominated, Best Background Art 2014
Nominated, Best Character Art 2014
Nominated, Best Animation 2014
AGS Panel Review
"It's nice to see a game that tries a setting besides the usual stereotypes. The story is simple but engaging, the graphics are excellent with very good animations and even short video sequences and there is also a fitting soundtrack. However, the puzzles - while rather easy - feel a bit forced and unnecessarily complicated with lots of walking forth and back. None the less, this is a game to enjoy for the great humour and high production value."
- The graphics and animation are *superb*. Excellent 2D cartoon work.
- The humor was great. I rarely investigate all dialogue choices but I clicked through everything this time around. "Go for Tlaloc." :)
- Composition-wise, the whole game feels really polished from the intro to the ending credits.
Cons: (The few and unimportant things that in no way affect how much I liked this game. :)
- One pixel-huntish puzzle item. But once I knew generally what I needed, at least there wasn't too much to explore to find it.
- A few background items around that make you think they'll be involved in puzzles and never come into play.
- This game is begging for voice acting. :) Morgan Freeman needs to be the narrator.
Overall, fantastic job, guys. I would *love* to see an extended sequel with more puzzles