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Criken's Quickies takes a humorous look at The Ship


10:00 PM on 02.11.2013



Although the indie PC game The Ship had a myriad of technical issues, the fact remains that it was still good fun with the right group of people.

As a whodunit experience, The Ship tasked players with avoiding one mystery killer -- like an interactive, third-person Clue.

Enter the crew from Criken's Quickies, who take The Ship to town, and highlight some of the funnier aspects of the game, like the numerous glitches and goofy animations. Now I just want to go back and play!






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