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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|
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About this gameRonin golfer Mike Roman just wants to play golf, but when the evil sorcerer Manlocke miniaturizes him and traps him in the bunker, he must utilize his wits and his golf club in order to escape...
...or he may never be able to play golf again.
This game was the winner of the June 2005 MAGS competition.
A walkthrough can be found at http://gamesolutions.efzeven.nl/the-bunker-walkthrough-erenan2005/
Remember that age when your room was big enough to become a wonderful world you could explore in your imagination? This is the spirit that the plot of The Bunker evokes. And throughout you can see the child at play: the simple graphics remind of improvised toys, the assortment of characters and the dialog remind of the blurring of borders between things not yet well understood and the humor has an air of naivete and harmlessness that reminds of a yet unmixed smile. Perhaps this is not a game that you should stay in too much at a time. Play along, discover a bit and you may be rewarded with a breah of fresh air from your own distant memories.