Much as I admire the wonderful sites found by point n click guru Graeme over at Lazy Laces, for the most part I haven’t got the time patience to get to the end of the complicated ones, I just sit and admire the artwork.

But this one from aooa is not just easy to play, it’s beautifully designed, very atmospheric and the final scene kept me amused for several minutes – until I realised it was gone 7 and I hadn’t peeled a potato for supper yet. Enjoy. If you need any help, check the comments here.

p.s. If you’ve been on broadband for a while, take a peek at Graeme’s 56K Modem Emulator (a.k.a. Sounds Broadband Users Never Hear).

p.p.s. Six Apart are moving servers this weekend [January 22, 2005 at 11:00pm PST] so although you should have no trouble viewing this site tomorrow, commenting might be affected at time.

2 Responses to “AOOA”

  1. graeme
    January 22nd, 2005 12:09

    Guru? You call me the nicest things ;o)

  2. akadeMix: Seitenblicke
    January 24th, 2005 09:38


    Wieder mal eines dieser Flash-Spiele, bei denen es darum geht, irgendwo und irgendwo den Hinweis zu finden, sich in einer surrealen Welt zurechtzufinden. Bei The Phone brauchen Sie etwas Englisch-Kenntnisse, Geduld, Einfallsreichtum – und nat&uu…

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