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The Adventures of Sean

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Sean is based on a real life person - a friend of mine, actually. He's usually broke, and he's always being questioned by the local authorities. Your goal as Sean is only to survive, and to see what happens: and I have a sneaking suspicion that there's a lot in store for Sean!

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Although this game is billed as "Part Two", no first part was publicly released.

In a 2009 interview, game developer Dave Grossman (Monkey Island, Day of the Tentacle) cited this as one of his favorite adventure games of all time:

My fondness for it has nothing to do with actual quality - quite the opposite, I'd say. It was written (and drawn) in HyperCard on a Mac about a million years ago, and the fact that it looks like a series of child's crayon drawings merely serves to show that an adventure game does not need art or flashy special effects in order to be fun. It has some clever puzzles and a simple, entertaining story, and stands out for me as a bare-bones example that those are the core of an adventure game experience, and in the end they're all you really need.