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January 27, 2012

the hunting of the snark

Solve the puzzles by finding all the hidden objects in the hunting of the snark by Long Leaf's Friends.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

No, I am not FIRST! Nor are you!

anna in spain said...

I didn't know Dali designed escape games! ;) I enjoyed it!

Stephen said...

Cool game will have to play it again all the way through when I am not late for work. :)

Nicola said...

Really enjoyed this one!

Alfinete said...

The hunting of a snark is a Lewis Caroll's poem, by the way. Looks to be a great game, whatever. :)

Anonymous said...

loved it! so cute! like how it's based off of a lewis carrol quote

Anonymous said...

Love the concept, can't seem to get the cursor/"fork" to grab any of the items. What am I doing wrong????

Anonymous said...

Use the tip of the left most tine to pinpoint items.

Shrimp said...

Boring game, long and repetitive.

Gwenda said...

Quirky and fun :-)

Caroline said...

rather enjoyed this

Caroline said...

rather enjoyed this

Anonymous said...

Loved it! Thanks for posting it Bart.

Anonymous said...

My monitor must be old...On some levels where things where hid in the darker spots I had to guess if I was clicking in the right place. My fork went boing alot. Then I had to use the walkthrough to pinpoint where to click. Aggravating!

Anonymous said...

cute, but somethings were hard to find and the controls for the maze were horrible

Glen & Les Charles said...

Bold guy sure looks like Kelsey Grammer,,,,Hunting of the Snark a Cheers episode?

Anonymous said...

(windfire)

I approached this with hope, having once read the book,
And I thought it would much be the same.
But having just seen how the cut scenes were done,
I think it is not worth the name.

(and that's how you match Lewis Carroll's meter, nice game though)

Anonymous said...

this is genius

Anonymous said...

Cute and nice art, but it gets a little pixel-hunt-y at times. Also, you can circumvent the mazes by just walking around the outside.

Anonymous said...

Fab game, nice to have something a bit different.

candy said...

Wow.. Just wow.
The art and the quests in form of little poems - That's so creative and wonderful!
I enjoyed this game a lot!

 

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