There is a killer on the loose and soon he's going to find his mark... or at least you better hope so because you're him. A contract killer hired by a large company to get rid of an evil villain so, hey, that makes you a hero right? But you're not ordinary assassin-for-hire, no, you specialize in deaths that look like an accident. You are the Allergy Assassin, killing people by food-or-air-based allergies, and you're good at it. Things aren't so easy as they first appear in this logic puzzle of a game, by Ash K, Rev. Lord Dr. Lorin Grieve, and Brandon L for the Ludum Dare 32: "An Unconventional Weapon". You are serving five different people from five different companies, and must gather clues to decide which one is from Dastardly Holdings LLC, and what they are allergic to. You're going to need pen and paper for this one, and more than likely a logic grid to solve all five different scenarios.
Move around with the [arrow] keys, and interact with people, paper, and more with the [spacebar]. Each one may give you a simple statement that holds clues to finding out who your target is. You are given the names of people as they speak to you, and by selecting the table you can see both the food and potential food-based allergy choices. You're given the option of the laxatives, which will send your target to the bathroom to be confronted by your choosing of cats or bees. But you're not told up front about all the companies, and if you don't do some investigating yourself, it may take a bit to find out what all the allergies are. It can be a little tricky to get a good start off in the beginning, though that really is just part of the fun. While it would have been nice to have a menu to pick which scenario you'd like to do, as it is just randomized and therefore hard to make sure you got all five puzzles, Allergy Assassin is still a great brain teaser that goes well with its cute pixel animations and the endings to correct solutions are a great prize for getting it right.