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The Racoon Who Lost Their Shape


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The Racoon Who Lost Their ShapeArceusLove can come in all sizes and shapes - and in this case, literally. Join a racoon for his journey to find his special someone - a crescent lost in a house fire a long time ago. Together with an extraordinary coincidence, this racoon has inherited the ability to talk to these "shape-people" - which bears no explanation other than that they are people that are shapes - from beyond the veil of death. Sometimes his clientele ask to simply pass on a message, other times there is some unfinished business left with spirits still on the more lively side of things. But still, the racoon keep searching for his lost love.

To play The Racoon Who Lost Their Shape, use [WASD] or the arrow keys to move around and jump (because you've always wanted to jump onto your desk). Use [Space] to interact with objects and the mouse button when you need to make choices. You can often chose one of a couple options on how you would like to respond to shapes, but sadly, these decisions are only flavor text and do not really influence the story or ending much. I would have liked to see more story branching or less linearity, but what's there is solid. The Racoon Who Lost Their Shape has more than its share of funny moments, and ends with a twist you'll have to uncover for yourself.


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The Raccoon Who Lost Their Shape is an awesome detective game

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