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Bog's Adventures in the Underworld
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|Short Game||Can be completed within 30 minutes|
|Medium Length Game||Takes at least 30 mins to finish|
|Full Length Game||As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic|
|Non-Adventure Game||Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!|
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About this gamePoor hen pecked Bog tries his best to please Clod, his wife, but when he tries to improve on her famous 'Mushy Mush' recipe, things don't go according to plan and Bog ends up in Hell, the Underworld. Help Bog to find his way back to Clod and patch up their relationship. There are two possible main endings and a little extra bit for anyone that manages to achieve the maximum score.
Stats: 115 Rooms, 110 Inventory items, 40 NPCs and almost 50,000 lines of scripting!
AGS Panel Review
"A fun an interesting game marred by overcomplicated puzzle design."
19 people commented on this game (newest first):
I do believe it is conceivable for someone to finish this game without cheating, but for me, the walkthrough called out a third of the way into the game. As there is so much ground to cover, the game can be frustrating when you have run out of ideas of things to try.
Puzzles were sometimes a little bit too hard for me cause I tend to be unpatient sometimes...but with the help of a walkthrough it didn't become to frustrating...
I really would like to play a sequel ;-)
Also, I feel that many of the screens could have been combined into fewer screens. I truly don't see the need for running around so many screens.
Overall, I felt the plot was awesome as were the graphics and sound effects. For me, there was just too much stuff going on to remember.
The music was wonderfull and the graphics were quirky (in a good way!)
The only downside of this game was that the puzzles were very difficult. If it weren't for the Bog's Adventure thread in the Hints and Tips, I would still be in the first scene!
But, overall this is one of the few games that has captured my interest so thoroughly.
A game you definitely must play.