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About this gameActually, you just wanted to help your grandpa and get his tools from the workshop. But then something happens, that will turn your whole life upside-down. Nominated for Best Short Game 2010
This is the deluxe version of a game I started to make for MAGS March 2010 ('A game of two halves' by tzachs) and first published for MAGS May 2010 ('Complete Your Game' by ProgZmax).
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AGS Awards Nominations
Nominated, Best Short Game 2010
AGS Panel Review
"A nicely executed, though short, adventure, that's perfect for younger gamers. Colourful art compliments some gentle adventuring."
5 people commented on this game (newest first):
I liked the coloring a lot.
The music is lovely and helps a lot too.
One nitpick - I really wish I could choose which direction to move the ladder to.