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Earl Bobby is looking for his Shoes

by Le Woltaire

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29 Jan 2005
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Short game (can be completed within 30 minutes)
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Occasional, mild
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This game features voice acting.

About this game

This is the first part of the Earl Bobby trilogy. It is a short point and click adventure about an old scottish earl who lives in an old castle in the scottish highlands, and maybe about the sense of life...

STORY: It is deep midnight in the scottish highlands and Earl Bobby is wandering nervously around. He knows that he has an important conference the next day. That's why he needs his shoes. He can't leave the house without his shoes. You will have to solve some freaky puzzles to finally find them. In the end there is a surprise waiting for you. Help Earl Bobby to find his Shoes in his own castle!
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9 people commented on this game (newest first):

If you ask me, this game is just right. I love it when a fairly spartan room like this can manage to fill up the main character's inventory, with items no less that both make sense where they are found and can often be used in more ways than one.

I love that the scenery is being used fully, and the graphics, while basic, did the job very well. there were also a fair deal of animations, and the humour of the game worked well. All in all, worth a tip of my hat. Bravo, sir.
2011-01-08 21:18:11 by MrEdwardNigma
Short, crazy, rough around the edges, visually stylish, humorous and, while it lasts, a lot of fun.

The only real annoyance was a large number of missing responses to the hero's actions.
2010-11-07 10:34:11 by Ascovel
The voice acting alone makes this worthwhile!
2008-04-14 11:37:00 by TwinMoon (twinmoon)
Not a bad game, though why someone would try to make such an ambitious game in three days eludes me. I did enjoy the humour but thought that this was an opportunty missed. The game was well balanced but could have been longer.
2007-11-30 18:36:14 by acme (Acme)
Cute little game.. enjoyed ending sequence..
2007-10-17 06:21:12 by uvaagsfan
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2007-10-17 05:47:08 by uvaagsfan
This game is really cute. I really recommend playing this game if you are in a bad mood.

Its a small mood-repairing program.

Its a very short game, but it is very funny. I'm really looking forward for the continuation. I hope you'll make it in the same stile.

It was a great idea to use classical music, it fits perfectly to the scene.

2006-03-29 02:24:52 by Sandrina (sandrina)
This game has an excellent production. It only makes you wish it was much longer.

I'm amazed at how Le Woltaire made this in 3 days. The close ups are my favourite, and something I didn't expect to find in such a short game.
2005-11-07 22:14:24 by jkohen
Visually very good, and the music was well used. Puzzles were fairly logical and the game was enjoyable! :o)
2005-01-30 09:13:43 by Takara
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