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      These Forums are closing!   10/04/2019

      After more than a decade of serving this community well, these forums have finally run their course and it's time to close them down. That doesn't mean we want to close the doors on our community, quite the opposite!
      Our discord server grows ever busier by the day, and we encourage all Double Fine fans to meet us over there www.discord.gg/doublefine In a short time these forums will become a read only archive and will remain that way until they become needed again.
      You never know, it might happen.  There is... a prophecy. Thank you all for being part of these forums, and remember that the fun is definitely not over - so please join us on Discord! Love ya, Spaff, Tim, Info Cow, and all of Double Fine.


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  1. Great story. Great settings. Great writing. Great voice and music. Great animation. Great artistic designs. Such an amazing work of art! Glad I backed this game! Also most of the puzzles that are actually fun and interesting. I enjoyed them in my play through. There's just one place that I'd change with the way that squirt gun is given to Vella. It should just be automatic. Currently, player would not get that critical item unless they did the "click-every-single-thing-choose-every-single-option-and-don't-think" approach. Cuz why would Vella randomly offer to give the guards something for no reason when she's in a hurry to get into the festival? lol
  2. So I think i need to smell a certain way to progress. I can think of a couple ways to achieve that goal but none of them seems to match Tim's idea. Grr... This is why I hate adventure game puzzles, when I can think of so many good solutions but game doesn't accept any of them.
  3. 4 Hours to Complete Act 1... really?!

    Long enough to tell a story with proper pacing is exactly how long an adventure game should be. Quality over quantity. Its good when people QQ about game too short cuz it means they want more and remain a patron for future additions. The opposite is not as good.