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Owl's Quest: Every Owl has it's Day
by Joel Page
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About this gameA King's Quest V Parody.
Help Cedric find his way to the land of the green isles to attend Alexander's and Rosella's Birthday Party. Now has previous bug's fixed.
The English is bad, to the point that the mistakes seem to have been carefully added by the author. However, I don't think it's barely readable as someone commented; I didn't have any trouble following the dialogue. As for the story... well, there doesn't seem to be a plot at all, or I missed something.
Where should I stick up the lamp again?