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Paula in Wonderland
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About this gameYou are Paula and you want to visit the Wonderland...
Right... the one that Alice once visited.
But the gate to Wonderland is closed and you hear of a murder that happened there!
OK, this is my second game, hopefully with a more appealing story, but unfortunately with no better graphics and still no sound.
2 people commented on this game (newest first):
The story had some good points, mind you, and I applaud Straston for not just sticking with all of the typical Wonderland characters (some new ones were added).
Furthermore, I dare say that some appropriate music would have helped the game dramatically, as a whole lot of atmosphere could have been built up in the game (when you're dealing with Wonderland AND murder, afterall, I think that music would be a welcome addition to highlight the mix of wonder and of tension).
There does seem to be some good ideas at work here overall, though, and so I'd hope to see more from
Straston in the future.