I felt like the gameplay didn't really work well with the story - I felt like I wasn't making ridiculous connections so much as clicking on every possible combination until I stumbled on the right one. Just a little disappointing since the story was very humorous and the narration was well done!
Audio Strongly Recommended
Play as a detective and make ridiculous leaps of logic to solve an equally ridiculous crime.
Click on the different clues to connect them together and progress the story by matching the correct pair each time.
A short 5-ish minute experience for the Extra Credits Game Jam #4 and my first 'game'.
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Amusing but a bit too long. The whole no-sense connections works for a while and your speaking pull it off pretty well. I did find myself drifting away about 2/3rd's of the way through. Still, very creative.
I really loved you storytelling and voice over. Your sense of humor is great. I really liked the way you constructed the world. Overall nice ____ I really liked the experience!