bagronken's Loom (Steam) (PC) review

I'm Bobbin Threadbare, are you my mother?

Short but sweet 

Loom is the first game in the franchise that never was, and is a great adventure game from the golden era of LucasArts. While featuring some great puzzles it is also funny and has a solid, intriguing and fully voiced story. The lack of inventory and the musical interface is a bit different but works very well. The only downside is that the story suffers in the end as it lays ground for two sequels that never happened.
 

Pros & Cons 

+ Great puzzles 
+ Good story with funny and well acted dialogue
- Missing a proper ending
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