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Frank the Farmhand Part 1
About this gameFrank is a farmhand who tries to find his missing physicsprofessor who's being hunted by some mysterious agents. He'll uncover a truly evil conspiracy and meet some really nasty people in his adventures to save the professor and later on the world itself.
NOTE: This game deals with racist themes.
6 people commented on this game (newest first):
The first part of the game that takes place in the school is far worse than what follows. At this early stage the other characters seem one dimensional and the humour is relentlessly crude. However, once Frank ventures out of the school the game picks up considerably. The meeting with the hilarious wannabe gangster kid is great and by the time Frank has had his aboslutely genius dialogue with the depressed Klansman you realise Frank the Farmhand is far better than you may have initially given it credit for.
The much put upon sidekick Benny and the Professor are both very likable characters and the agents Sam and Max are amusing and menacing in equal measures. The puzzles are not too difficult but not easy either, although they are generally logical enough to work out. The music is inconsequential but pleasant.
I'd definitely recommend playing Frank the Farmhand. Its a light but exciting game that slowly builds up its intriguing plot with plenty of humour along the way. An extremely entertaining experience.
The best part about it were the unexpected animations and the cartoon-like graphics. I love the room art.
Mattias does a good job taking a serious subject matter and turning it into humor.
The only bad part about this game:
I have to wait for Part 2!!