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DoraNot too long ago, in a kingdom not too far away, there was a great and noble king named Casual Gameplay. Casual Gameplay was a benevolent ruler who only wished that his subjects, that is to say, you lot, would have a wondrous existence full of kittens, garlic bread sticks, warm woolly socks, and really, really fun games, which, as everyone knows, are all one needs to live a happy life. And so King Casual Gameplay created a plethora of genres that endure even today...

  • NinjaNinja - From the noble house of Side-Scroller comes a tale of ninja, shuriken, ninja, smoke bombs, ninja, and ridiculous sword spinning combos in 2-D arcade beat-'em-up fashion. Note: may not actually contain your daily recommended serving of ninja. Consult a specialist for supplements.
  • RegrowthRegrowth - The Point-and-Click is a familiar legacy indeed, here coupled with familiar ally "ambiguous morality tale". No, wait. There is a lesson here. "Whatever you do, don't leave your bugs wandering around, or a sentient seed will come along and grow a carnivorous flower to eat them, and then totally solve your musical mushroom puzzles that you were going to do anyway after you figured out how to make cat food". I think that one is in Aesop somewhere.
  • Hop the GapHop the Gap - Ah, the Platformer! Solid, dependable, full of saw blades, ridiculously precise jumps, lollipops, and, most importantly, cowsies. Use your mouse to click your way across the gaps and hazards in this deceptively cheery little game. Warning: may cause bovine resentment.
  • The CompetitorThe Competitor - The Shooter is the sweet, shy, popular genre at school, and here we see what happens when it hangs out with bad-boy genre, Defense, and Joey Betz. Play for the bad guys in this Space-Invader-esque shooter as you draw your troops in formation to take on a lone fighter.
  • Vogon TrainingVogon Training - Bet you didn't know the Arcade genre was such a fantastic way to experience the thrill of bureaucracy, did you? Well, stop enjoying it! There are forms that need stamping and planets that need destroying and much-loved legacies that need gutting! Be a good little Vogon drone and fill out these forms so we can get you started on your training in a calm, orderly fashion. Until you deploy a poetry bomb, that is...

48 Comments

Regrowth is a great game and really deserves a full review!

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coolpilot Author Profile Page August 7, 2009 12:48 AM

Vogon training?! What, do we need ANOTHER hyper-space bypass?
Interesting idea for a game though. Gotta play it tomorrow!

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On Regrowth : I'm talking with the dead tree and it appears I can't do anything anymore. Is it a bug or am I missing something ?

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Both The Competetor and Vogon Training were awesome and deserving of a full review. I wish both were a little longer though :)

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Is there an undo or restart command in Regrowth? Any way to back up if you mess up without reloading the whole page?

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Dr Pangloss August 7, 2009 1:21 AM

Now, coolpilot...no need to complain about the new Hyperspace Bypass. After all, the planning charts and demolition orders have been on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in a disused lavatory with a sign outside the door saying, "Beware of the leopard!" at your local planning department in Alpha Centauri for the last 50 years.

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@Scotian: Did you

Take the seed from the tree's speech bubble?

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FhnuZoag August 7, 2009 3:27 AM

Not sure if The Competitor is actually much of a game - it's kinda poorly balanced, and your units go down way too fast for any real sense of strategy. Everything is basically a case of glass cannon or (crappy) meatshield, and even that is rendered sort of superfluous by the fact that you can win by just repeatedly building your most powerful attacking unit in a series of vertical lines.

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Lilypad? Check. Bouncy plant? Check. Flamethrower plant? Check. Yep, Regrowth has the most awesome garden ever! Except maybe for Plants vs Zombies, because, well, there were zombies.

Hop the Gap is another jewel from this LDF. The difficulty curve is just right, and the later levels were really challenging, in a good way. I didn't find any of the unlockables, but I'd sure like to see the secret levels...

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Vogon poetry is the bomb
it helps you in your life
if not just suck your thumb
if it does create lots of strife

hmm, now all I need is a rhyme for 'orange'.

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Arrrgh, Regrowth! Ok, the eat-bug-with-plant bit you mentioned in the description? Is there any way NOT to do that? He's so cute.

Also, the mushroom puzzle is the worst thing ever because all the sounds are 'tick', so here's the sequence.

left, right, right, left, bottom, top left

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Playing Regrowth for the third time now, I really really wanna save the world! Only managed to save it 40 and 60 something %. Very nice game, reminds me of Sprout.

Clues on how to get 100%?

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So far I've seen two different endings to regrowth. I'm sure there are more, but I need sleep. I'll try again tomorrow. Great game!

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Can anyone offer advice on the bit with the key, gears and cat? I think it's about timing but had to restart several times now - is there a quicker way?

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@mezzanote:

door hinge?

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Maaaan I am STUCK on Hop the Gap. I don't know the level number, and it's not displayed (points off), but it's definitely towards the end. Here's a screenshot:

Help!!!

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Stuck on regrowth

I've got the gears moving and the cat ate my key. I can make rocks fall on empty space, the only option I see is to completely restart the game and try to smash the cat...

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Being a minor fan of Joey Betz, I had high hopes for The Competitor. However, I quickly found that the easiest strategy is to

draw long horizontal lines at the very bottom of the screen.

As a result, it wasn't as fun as I originally hoped.

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LD, there is indeed a way to "undo" in Regrowth without having to start from scratch, but it can be used as a cheat too, so heh, I dunno...should I use a spoiler tag? *this is my first post here ahah*

Here:

right click in the game window --> click "Backward". You can use Forward too, that's why it counts like a cheat.

I'm sure most of you knew anyway ahaha... By the way, I'm stuck at

the part with flies and dirty water. I can just make thar ball thingie become purple with the bottle so that the carnivorous plant spits it away...

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@daivd

Do conveyor belts have a natural sense of direction? Do the plant gears have a natural sense of direction?

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*Jacob* - The only way I found to beat that one is to

bounce off the spring just right to avoid the spikes and make it all the way to the rightmost platform. Unfortunately, I don't know of a good way to do that consistently.

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EasyGoing Author Profile Page August 7, 2009 10:14 AM

The Competitor is quite OK but has a simple strategy

Draw lines as low as possible (just on the dotted line). This way your ships fire at a almost horizontal angle so the ship has a hard time avoiding them.

Just use the best attacker you have for it, no changing needed. Once you have bullet ships it becomes really easy even on hard difficulty.

Think the bottom line should be higher for more challenge.

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EasyGoing Author Profile Page August 7, 2009 10:15 AM

Oh ... OtherBill you was quicker then me :)

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Ok, so I did figure out the level on "Hop the Gap".

FOR ANYONE WITH TROUBLE:
SIMPLE PHYSICS AND MOMENTUM WILL HELP YOU.

Now I'm just trying to figure out the Unlock stuff. :/

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@LLLL

at the spiderwebs, click your lilypad to start going back across the water. Click the purple ball to make it drop and land on your lilypad. Use the purple spring seed the shoot the purple ball to clear the last spiderweb

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Regrowth is lovely! Sadly, I'm stuck on what I think (judging from the number of seeds I have) is one of the last puzzles.

I'm in a room with a key up top and a large, grindy machine where I need three gear flowers. I've got three gear flowers in place, and they're spinning the gears--the maroon five-petal, the thorny ring, and the green-and-purple six-petal, in that order. However, the key is blocked by a lever of some sort and cannot fall. Do I need a different combination of flowers to move the lever?

LLLL, as to the screen with the flies, the cobwebs, and the dirty water:

You will need, in order, the lilypad, the fire plant, and the bouncy plant. You don't need the carnivorous plant at all.

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@scottique and LLLL

if you want the good choice rather than the bad/grey choice you do have to use the

carnivorous plant. Ah.... I guess I should also mention that you want to click the purple ball and make it drop from the post-spit position. That is to say.... drop the purple ball, dirty it, eat it and spit it. THEN....hop on your lilypad and click the ball to drop it again and catch it. And then bouncy plant it.

Sorry if that's too much help. O_o

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RedRevoler August 7, 2009 1:22 PM

Regrowth - need help with the

Simon Says mushrooms?

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Anonymous August 7, 2009 1:29 PM

Still can't get more than 93/6 on regrowth.

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Alex Miller Author Profile Page August 7, 2009 1:42 PM

For those of you trying to unlock things in hop the gap: you must get impressive composite scores on all the levels to start finding secrets.

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To get a perfect save rating on regrowth.

Use the purple seed on the dirt.

Don't fry the monkey, instead use the purple seed and bounce up to grab the vine and drop the coconut on him.

On the seesaw level, grab the squirrel from your backpack and put him on the low end of the seesaw. Plant a purple seed to bounce on.

Use the fire plant on the dirt to burn the debris. Plant a purple seed in the revealed dirt plot. Drag the large boulder on the right side of the screen to the bouncey plant.

On the level with the large mushrooms, use a purple seed to bounce to the top of them.

On the cobwebs level. Plant a lily pad and cross to the other side. Click the purple ball to make it drop down. Use the bottle floating in the water on it. Then plant a carnivorous plant and have it eat the ball. The ball will be spat out. Click the lily pad and when it is under the ball, click the ball to make the ball drop and land on the lily pad with you. Plant a bouncy plant and use the ball on it.

Click the broken window to get a gears seed. Plant it in the dirt plot and connect the gears to make the clock work. Starting from the bottom; Red, small purple flower, yellow, small blue flower.

On the screen after the cat takes the key. Plant a bouncy seed and use the plant. Plant a bean seed on the dirt up there. Click the cat. It should cough up the key.

Talk to the evil seed. Plant a fire plant in the dirt plot and use it to fry the plug.

And that's it! Hope it helps :D

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andy the anon August 7, 2009 2:27 PM

I'm making a walkthrough for Regrowth and I need some help.

I cannot figure out how to put a printscreen in the walkthrough.

I also do not know how to beat the beetle screen without a bad ending.

Help would be appreciated!

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I need good/bad walkthrough for plant game

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Finished Regrowth with 56/43. Couple of thoughts:

I didn't like the lack of a save or undo, particularly since it did seem possible to get stuck and unable to continue.

The point-and-click-but
-sometimes-click-and-drag mechanism was a little annoying, because of the 'but I clicked that! oh, I have to drag that?' factor.

I get that the color saturation appears to correspond to the relative 'moral-ness' of your path, but I'm really at a loss to see where there are other decisions to make. Other than the major decision at the end, it seems like a fairly one-path game.

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andy the anon August 7, 2009 3:55 PM

Regrowth Good Walkthrough:

You can

Right Click and select Rewind to start over at the menu page, Forward to skip a level, or Back if you mess up

(Thanks LLLL!)

Help the Tree

Beetle Screen

- Pick up the Purple Seed (Spring Plant)
- Go Left

River Screen

- Drag the Purple Seed to the Dirt Mound
- Click on the Spring Plant
- Click the tree
- Click the Orange Seed (Fire plant)
- Go left

Monkey Screen

- Drag the Purple Seed onto the closest Dirt Mound
- Click on the Spring Plant
- Click on the Vine
- Drag the Purple seed to the second Dirt Mound
- Click on the second Spring Plant

Squirrel Screen

- Click on the branch the Squirrel is sitting on
- Click the Squirrel
- Click on Tree Knot-hole

Hollow Branch Screen

- Drag the Purple seed to the Dirt Mound
- Drag the Squirrel onto the Broken Branch
- Click on the Spring Plant
- Click on the Hollow Branch

Second Monkey Screen

- Drag the Orange Seed to the Dirt Mound
- Click on the Fire Plant
- Drag the Purple Seed to the second Dirt Mound
- Drag the Hidden Rock (right side of the screen) to the Spring Plant
- Click the Pile the Monkey was sitting on

Help the Mud Monster

Beetle Screen

- Drag the Striped Seed (Carnivorous Plant) to the Dirt Mound
- Click on the Carnivorous Plant
- Go right

Mushroom Screen

- Drag the Purple Seed to the closest Dirt Mound
- Click on the Spring Plant

Frog Screen

- Click on the Frog (sticking out of the water)
- Drag the Blue Seed (Lilypad Plant) to the Dirt Mound
- Click the Lilypad Plant

Colored Mushroom Screen

- Click the Colored Mushrooms in this order:
(Thanks Morigale!)
left, right, right, left, bottom, top left
- Go right

Spiderweb Screen

- Drag the Blue Seed to the Dirt Mound
- Drag the Purple Seed to the left Dirt Mound
- Click the Lilypad Plant
- Click the Purple Ball
- Drag the Floating Bottle to the Purple Ball
- Drag the Striped Seed to the right Dirt Mound
- Click the Carnivorous Plant
- TIMING HERE!!!
- Click the Lilypad, then click the Purple Ball when the Lilypad is almost halfway across, so that the Purple Ball Lands on the Lilypad
- Click the Purple Ball
- Click the Spring Plant
(Thanks oh2d!)

Help the Old Lady

No-More-Beetle Screen

- Drag the Purple Seed to the bottom Dirt Mound
- Click the Spring Plant
- Drag the Green Seed (Vine Plant) to the upper Dirt Mound
- Click the Vine Plant

Clocktower Screen

- Click the Broken Window
- Drag the Pointy Seed (Gear Flower Plant) to the Dirt Mound
- Drag the Gear Flowers to the Clock
Red at the bottom
Yellow above Red
Purple next to and above Red
Maroon at the top
- Go right

Conveyor Belt Screen

- Mouse around the left half of the screen until your mouse turns intoa pointing hand
- Click there to turn on the lights
- Click the Key (in open chute at the top of the screen)
- Drag the Pointy Seed to the Dirt Mound
- Drag Gear Flowers onto Conveyor Belt
(left to right) Purple, Red, Yellow
- Take Gear Flowers off Conveyor Belt
- Drag Gear Flowers onto Conveyor Belt
(left to right) Maroon, Thorny, Green and Purple
- Click the Closed Chute
- Drag Green Seed to the second Dirt Mound
- Click the Vine Plant
- Go right

Garbage Screen

- Click the Cat
- Drag the Hairball to the Machine on the right side of the room
- Drag the Dead Fish to the machine
- Click the Dumpster
- Drag the Dead Mouse to the Machine
- Click the "cook" buttom
- Click the Cat
- Click on the key
- Go right

Door Screen

- Drag the Key to the Panel
- Click levers 2,3, and 4
- Go right

Self Destruct Screen

- Talk to the Evil Onion Creature
- Drag the Orange Seed to the Dirt Mound
- Click the Fire Plant
- Go right

100% Saved

Regrowth Bad Walkthrough:

Help the Tree

Beetle Screen

- Pick up the Purple Seed (Spring Plant)
- Go Left

River Screen

- Click the red wheel
- Click the tree
- Click the Orange Seed (Fire plant)
- Go left

Monkey Screen

- Drag the Orange Seed onto the closest Dirt Mound
- Click on the Fire Plant
- Drag the Purple seed to the second Dirt Mound
- Click on the Spring Plant

Squirrel Screen

- Click on the branch the Squirrel is sitting on
- Click the Squirrel
- Click on Tree Knot-hole

Hollow Branch Screen

- Drag the Orange seed to the Dirt Mound
- Click on the Fire Plant
- Click on the Hollow Branch

Second Monkey Screen

- Drag the Purple Seed to the Dirt Mound
- Drag the Squirrel to the Spring Plant
- Click the Spring Plant
- Click the Pile the Monkey was sitting on

Help the Mud Monster

Beetle Screen

- Drag the Striped Seed (Carnivorous Plant) to the Dirt Mound
- Click on the Carnivorous Plant
- Go right

Mushroom Screen

- Drag the Striped Seed to the closest Dirt Mound
- Click on the Carnivorous Plant
- Drag the Orange Seed to the second Dirt Mound
- Click the Fire Plant

Frog Screen

- Click on the Frog (sticking out of the water)
- Drag the Blue Seed (Lilypad Plant) to the Dirt Mound
- Click the Lilypad Plant

Colored Mushroom Screen

- Click the Colored Mushrooms in this order:
(Thanks Morigale!)
left, right, right, left, bottom, top left
- Go right

Spiderweb Screen

- Drag the Blue Seed to the left Dirt Mound
- Drag the Purple Seed to the left Dirt Mound
- Click the Lilypad Plant
- Drag the Orange Seed to the right Dirt Mound
- Click the Fire Plant
- Click the Purple Ball (right side of the screen)
- Click the Purple Ball again
- Click the Lilypad
- Click the Purple Ball
- Click the Spring Plant

Help the Old Lady

No-More-Beetle Screen

- Drag the Purple Seed to the bottom Dirt Mound
- Click the Spring Plant
- Drag the Green Seed (Vine Plant) to the upper Dirt Mound
- Click the Vine Plant

Clocktower Screen

- Mouse around the left half of the screen until your mouse turns intoa pointing hand
- Click there to turn on the lights
- Click the Key (in open chute at the top of the screen)
- Drag the Pointy Seed to the Dirt Mound
- Drag Gear Flowers onto Conveyor Belt
(left to right) Purple, Red, Yellow
- Take Gear Flowers off Conveyor Belt
- Drag Gear Flowers onto Conveyor Belt
(left to right) Maroon, Thorny, Green and Purple
- Click the Closed Chute
- Drag Green Seed to the second Dirt Mound
- Click the Vine Plant
- Go right

Garbage Screen

- Click the Cat
- Click on the key
- Go right

Door Screen

- Drag the Key to the Panel
- Click levers 2, 3, and 4
- Go right

Self Destruct Screen

- Talk to the Evil Onion Creature
- Drag the Orange Seed to the Dirt Mound
- Click the Fire Plant
- Go right

17% Saved & 82% Harmed (the worst I could get)

Sorry about all the nesting!

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omgitsgir August 7, 2009 4:24 PM

I want to like Hop the Gap, but the collision detection flat-out sucks. The gears are about a cm (on the screen) bigger than they should be. Considering the size of the game window, this is UNACCEPTABLE >:C

I do like the controls, though.

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xxbillyjoefanxx August 7, 2009 5:21 PM

To go back one screen on Regrowth right-click and hit back.

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brokenrecord Author Profile Page August 7, 2009 6:12 PM

TEA BREAK.

:D

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CatalystParadox Author Profile Page August 7, 2009 6:20 PM

Regrowth is kind of a pain. There are many points where it is not clear what you are supposed to do and there is literally only one thing you can. Even normal actions are locked out til you do that one thing that needs to be done (see: old tree)

Also, failing to disable Tab is a rather amateur mistake.

The really surprising part is that the latter often does not even help with the former.

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AceBates August 7, 2009 7:52 PM

To complete the "bad" path

find the walkthrough above for the bad path and when at the clock tower, plant the fire seed, and burn the vines. This gets you 100% harmed

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Vogon Training: I hear crowds cheering every time I hit a blue planet.

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zbeeblebrox Author Profile Page August 8, 2009 2:51 AM

Greatest part of Regrowth? Click the little siren icon in the top right. Awesome internet camo! :D

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PandaKnight Author Profile Page August 8, 2009 7:12 AM

I just beat Competitor on all difficulties (Normal, then Easy, then Hard). It's incredibly easy if you just...

... Create columns of squares hiding your most cost-efficient attacker (Triangles, then Small ships) which will be in a stack of very small columns at the top. You can drop new squares faster than the enemy can destroy them.

It was fun though.

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I don't know how I did it, but somehow I got 89% saved and 10% harmed.

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PandaKnight you're joking, right? It is physically impossible to tank squares while having some triangles shoot. It doesn't even work on the fourth level of easy difficulty. Even if you go 100% squares the ship still destoys them faster than you can make them.

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Czaerana Author Profile Page August 9, 2009 3:26 PM

Could someone post the order of Regrowth's mushroom puzzle according to color? The left-right, etc. isn't working for me. Thanks! BTW, the Seed guy is cute.

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@ Czaerana:

Yellow, green, green, yellow, indigo, red. You never use the light blue mushroom.

I really enjoyed Regrowth, however I do have some major qualms. As noted, the inability to save annoys me, but I wouldn't mind it so much if the game didn't move so slowly! You can't skip dialogue, so I'm writing a bunch of this while the squirrel is talking to Mr. Seed. Also his movements can be pretty slow and also can't be skipped.

Also I came upon some glitches, notably on my second time around so I'm refreshing the whole web page before trying again. Sometimes my little Seed man would disappear after I clicked on the vine (although it didn't seem to affect proceeding with the game) but again only on the second time around.

The bigger glitch happened towards the end with the catfood puzzle. I was going for the 100% Good ending, and had done so up to that point, and entered the cat screen. I clicked on the cat, and instead of the hairball it coughed up the key as if it were the end of the puzzle, and when I clicked the key I magically appeared on a different part of the screen. When I finished the game this glitch counted adversely toward my score.

So this game would have been excellent if it weren't for these problems. Maybe the creators' next game will be improved because of it! The animation, puzzles, and replay quality had me coming back for more despite its shortcomings.

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Vogon Training is strangely fun. Strange because I feel so much satisfaction within my cold, heartless interior as I fulfill my mandate within acceptable parameters (that is, because it's fun).

@muhlange: Those are thousands of voices crying out in pain and suddenly going silent.

TEA BREAK.

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