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Earl Bobby is looking for a Loo
by Le Woltaire
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|Short game||Can be completed within 30 minutes|
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|Full length game||As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic|
|MAGS game||Monthly AGS competition entry|
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About this gameThis is the third and last part of the Earl Bobby trilogy. Be sure to play the two other free Earl Bobby games first, so it might be more fun! This is the first Earl Bobby game with HD resolution and true color depth! Fully voiced in German, English and even Italian. Earl Bobby is back. This time he is looking for a Loo.
AGS Awards Nominations
Nominated, Best Non Player Character 2010
Nominated, Best Sound Effects 2010
Nominated, Best Voice Work 2010
1 people commented on this game (newest first):
The grafics have improved a lot compared to the other Earl Bobby games. The game comes with bombastic 1024x756 px resolution and fluid, very detailed animations.
Music and sounds are used in a classic way and fit well to the scene. The atmosphere is brilliant and pulls you into the game.
Conversations are done with the text parser that was used also in Earl Bobby 2. You type in a word and you get an answer. This makes a lot of conversation with the characters possible.
Gameplay itself is like an escapade. The player does not need to choose beween "Talk" and "Use" for example. Just click and do is the way how it works. Right click makes you examine things. The inventory is done in a very funny and unique way and made me laugh a lot. Puzzles are always fair and more on the easy side.
Some sex comedy elements were there, but somehow less than in Earl Bobby 2. However the game is full of dirty humor about sheep and shepherds and comes with a manual that is funny as hell.
While the playing length is rather short, this game still is worth a play and contains some bursts of laughter.