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Screenshot 1 of Day of the Hamster

Pick of the Month

Day of the Hamster
Chosen by CaptainD
This is one of the best short games made with AGS that I've ever played. Everything is at least good - the graphics and music are very nice, the humour often hits the mark, but the real joy is in the puzzles - they are absolutely excellent. I especially loved the hamster maze puzzle, that was really clever.

Thoroughly recommended - even more so if you liked Maniac Mansion / DotT.

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