CGDC #7 – Eleanor Gang and Simon Smart’s The Cube!February 15, 2010
Halfway through! Let’s do another. This one claims to be a light-hearted journey through space and relative dimensions, which is okay by me, as long as I’m not expected to know any science, because I don’t.
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[spoilers begin here]
Xenoarchaeology sounds like the coolest fucking profession you can have. I wish it was real. I want to go to the alien dinosaur museum and eat astronaut ice cream.
Ah, tabley. This table would never fail you. Truly it is a god among tables.
That thar game shore is light-hearted, reckon, ayup.
Am I a lovable, inept scientist, as the room description claims? I was hoping to be a lovable, ept scientist, but I guess you take what you can get in this world, in space, in the future.
Oh dear, it’s some sort of elder god again. Good thing parallel-universe me had this ray gun! I sort of feel bad about having stolen it. Hopefully it was a company ray gun, not something she bought off eBay.
These sunglasses fit you much better than the last ones you stole off a dead guy.
Having fun with this game. The puzzles are very well-hinted without quite giving me the impression that the game’s telling me what to do. I like that I’m told when I’ve found everything in an area, although this isn’t a feature I’d necessarily want in every game.
So glad PUT ALL TILE IN SLOT worked. Back home! Oh, and I should have been scanning more things with my scanner, apparently! That was fun! Not a whole lot to it, but fun! I wish it’d been in Parchment so I could’ve copy-pasted the default response to COUNT.