This was funny and fun to do (I'm not very good at these kinds of puzzles though, so I had to use the walkthrough a lot ^_^;). The only thing that frustrated me was when some of the text disappeared before I could read it all, so there were a few things I had to click a couple times to see everything. Other than that, great game!
A thoroughly awesome game that I kept coming back to. I agree with earlier suggestions of a pause button so I don't freak out when real life comes up. Also, if you don't create a sequel to this game, I shall be very angry, since the storyline isn't set up to end with this one game. ;D
Does anyone else think Slak looks like he's about to kill Azra on the end screen? Cool game. Normally, I'm not much for the undead themes, but this one's really interesting. If it would let me, I'd give it 4.5 stars (- .5 stars because it IS a demo), but since half-stars aren't possible, I'll round up to 5. :D
What's with the crazy women shooting cannonballs at me? I'm dead tired on the ground and one of them comes along and shoots me in the head! XD
The little raspberry you get when you try to buy an upgrade you can't afford is a nice touch
Woohoo! 8 days! XD
I dunno about the scare factor here. Those eyeball things are just weird, and it didn't take me long to figure out that they make that kind of sinister whistling noise whenever they're nearby.
My main frustration is these shadows on the ceiling that chase me around. I don't understand why I take damage whenever the dirt falls from them, and it doesn't seem to do a thing when I shoot at them with my spells. So I basically find myself constantly moving trying to avoid fireballs and falling dirt which I cannot tell where it will come from next.
In short, there really should be a little more warning and some hint on how to kill the ceiling monster, because I keep dying for what seems like no apparent reason.
Staying Alive for Jerboas
:Chapter 1: Find a clearing in your territory where it's raining maggots. Race to munch them before those lumbering hedgehogs do. If they get in your way, simply spin around and slap them to next Wednesday with your tail (which should be at least 10 times longer than your body).