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Amazing Adventures of Lucy Lavender

by Totoro

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Game Genre:
Contemporary
Game Type:
Comedy
Story Type:
Original
Release Date:
6 Sep 2003
AGS Panel Rating:
Player Rating:
Medium length game
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?!
Joke game You know when it fits this category ;)
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Content advisory:
Mild
Suggestive dialog
Occasional, mild

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34 people have rated this game so far:
Visual:
64%
Immersion:
62%
Puzzles & Pacing:
65%
Overall Enjoyment:
59%

About this game

Do you remember those problems when being a teenanger? Lucy had a terrible day. She wanted to confess her love but it didn't turn out as she would have liked it to. All she wants to do now is write her diary and forget about this day. But back home her brother will give her a hard time. Come and enjoy those hilarious teenager-days with Lucy Lavender.



This is my first big project finished. I used background graphics from Willy Beamish, an old adventure I liked very, and I used Software like SimPose and Paint Shop Pro to make my set of characters. For story, puzzles and jokes only I can be blamed, but I hope you enjoy :)

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13 people commented on this game (newest first):

simply game , funny story , the background are great but confusing , is hard to find the hotspot , nice music

2009-10-21 20:52:17 by punkkommando77 (PuNKKoMmANDO77)
Hello, my name is Joel, from the french AGS forum.
I want to translate your game in french.
If you agree, send me an email to this address:

kaldaya@hotmail.fr

and I contact you. Thank you. :)
2009-02-09 19:28:32 by foxyfox (foxyfox666)
Too easy short game.
For sex/nudity: not only suggestive dialogs, but "suggestive" pictures and objects.
2009-01-16 04:42:33 by azerty
I like the idea behind the game, but I'm afraid the poor graphics broke the experience for me.
2008-03-08 10:39:31 by Radiant
I dont know how to get somthign entertaining for her brother but the graphics are good. i like the use of the willy beamish game.
2004-08-13 13:08:16 by Caz
It's pretty good, but it's kind of hard to get the items you need. I noticed you used the sims for the characters, that was really smart!! The disses are funny too. In my opinion, it was good, but it could be better.
2004-07-24 10:38:48 by Blessed
trying it first time: what i have seen so far: the dialogs are funny, as you may see for yourself when the game starts, or when you use the option 'insult'. seems like the puzzles are logical in a way they dont defy physics laws, but they may defy common sense. about graphics and over all comparisson, you may be impressed by the pretty backgrounds, but they may betray you since this game does make use of pixel hunt, you dont have an option to navigate with the cursor trough the creen to locate objects you can interact with, so you have to basically click every way around to see what are objects (which may be confussing precisely because of the style of the pictures), and furthermore try all options to find which ones can you interact with, since quite some are just scenary. besides of the pretty backgrounds, you wont see anything different than what you see in the introduction, mainly because all is made of dialogs. when you interact with an object you wont see the characters using it, or anything like that, just a dialog that says 'i am using that object' so basically all is background, the sprites of the characters and dialogs. it looks like a thing you may want to see if you feel empathy for the teenage years if you are or were a female teen living in the usa. some other countries may have a different life style than that (the cheerleader that has a crush on the sports team leader, the punk that bullies a guy and flushes him in the wc..
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2004-05-15 16:05:57 by hssh
This is one of the toughest games I've come across so far, and can be very frustrating. Looking back, the puzzles don't seem so bad though. You can do it if you persist. I admit i looked at a hint *feels bad* The graphics and music are from Willy Beamish. Overall, I feel the game is more frustrating than fun, but there are some fun moments, and nice character conversations hehe.
2004-04-11 16:23:40 by Andy
looks like a fun one. At entryway, there is a door in the far screen of "kitchen", should there be an exit other then the dining room there, like west of the "sink" island? There is also a door that you can view from the kitchen looking into dining room, just trying it out for the first time but see some loose ends, like the attic(?), what's up? there, really!:)G
2003-12-11 22:34:00 by myrdlebp
I liked this one allright enough, but was somehow hoping for more.

That aside, I did find some elements a bit frustrating, but got through them eventually. Graphic-wise it looks okay due to the Beamish backgraunds, but I would have REALLY been impressed had the game had character sprites looked a lot cartoonier.

Still, not bad overall. It had some okay character development and an okay story. I would have liked there to be more of the "teenage problems" that the game's description (above) indicated, but not bad nonetheless.
2003-11-08 23:33:17 by Ozwalled
First truly frustrating game I've come across so far at this site. Cannot figure out the brother's first command... Love the Beamish backgrounds, but makes it to confusing and I'm more or less spending all my time hunting for objects to interact with. Didn't keep my interest long enough to warrant me returning to the game, at least not without a walkthrough handy first.
2003-09-29 03:17:56 by Ryvvn
Funny... reminds me of a German teenage comedy series. :-)
2003-09-15 06:03:00 by Straston
Why was it rated none for sex/nudity, not suggestive dialog?
2003-09-07 11:56:55 by Jacek \"Judge Deadd\"
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