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|Medium length game||Takes at least 30 mins to finish|
|Full length game||As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic|
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About this gameStruggling freelance writer Cayanne Pepper has nothing better to do so she tries to help an old acquaintance who happens to be wanted for murder.
Cayanne Pepper is set in a post-nuclear-war not-too-distant future/alternate present. It's intended as a "part one" kind of game.
Nominated, Best Player Character 2007
AGS Panel Review
"An interesting game that is only slightly hampered by some odd puzzle design."
Can't wait for the sequel (?)
Although some puzzles are a bit contrived, they are always logical. However, the game and puzzles are pretty linear, which might leave you puzzled wondering what to do to make the current day end.
I love games where the player actually has to think and investigate everything, rather than picking up 30 items and creating bizarre scenarios.
Hope you keep the story going.