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Dr. Langeskov, The Tiger and The Terribly Cursed Emerald: A Whirlwind Heist

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Game Information

Available on:PCDec 4, 2015

Developer: Crows Crows Crows

Genre: Interactive Story

It’s the hottest summer on record, and all across Europe, valuable objects are disappearing. Museum curators unlock cabinets and find precious artefacts stolen. Wealthy mansion owners wake up to see their priceless paintings have vanished from the walls.

One thing’s clear: a master thief is touring the continent and the police are left scratching their heads.
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Reviews

Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Unscored
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Twenty minutes. No cost. You'll laugh. Bargain.

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Washington Post

Unscored
Washington Post

"Dr. Langeskov," the funniest game that I've played this year, features voice work by Justin Roiland of "Rick and Morty" fame, and it would be a shame to miss the tale about the attack of pencils that provokes a shedding of clothes.

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Twinfinite

4.5 / 5.0
Twinfinite

There will always be an appeal to rebellion, a desire to push the big red button, and that is what The Stanley Parable lived on, and that is what this game follows up on. While it does not pretend to be as haughty as its predecessor, or as convoluted, it is strong enough to stand on its own right, do its own thing, and laugh at itself.

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Jump Dash Roll

Disliked
Jump Dash Roll

A game made by those behind The Stanley Parable that quite frankly is a repeat of the first trick, done badly.

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