Somehow you can't go wrong with a game like this, that is unless you are scared off by crude drawings of bondage and violence. The game is short, and not really a challange, but it definetly conveys a good cult classic feeling. The graphics are flat and utilise flashing colours. But hey, it's got title music and end music! Maybe not a 2.5, cause there's nothing wrong technically with it, but the humour is pretty much a miss. Uncomfortable laughter is all that was invoked for me, but i don't regret downloading it.
Reviewed: 17 years, 8 months ago (March 6, 2005, midnight)
Rating: 3.0 out of 5.0
Reviewed: 17 years, 9 months ago (Feb. 28, 2005, midnight)
This, my friends, was a game done by Maxim. For those of you who don't know him, he was a strapping young lad who in the days of mWorld raided the seven seas with his main man, Luke Drelick. In some ways, he was Luke's forgotten successor. In others, he was simply fucking hilarious. Anyways, this game is a perfect testament to both his humourous gile and also to what he could have been-a perfectly awesome ZZTer. He left the scene around the time that this was released, and no one has heard from him since. Damn shame.
But really this game is okay. Honor him by playing it.
Rating: 3.5 out of 5.0
Reviewed: Nov 28, 2022
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