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Sunday, January 21, 2007
6 Days a Sacrifice is the fourth and final instalment of the John DeFoe series, which thus far has encompassed 5 Days A Stranger, 7 Days A Skeptic and Trilby's Notes.

Theo DaCabe, a surveying officer for Buckinghamshire County Council, is assigned to run a routine health and safety assessment on the headquarters of a fad religion called Optimology. Little does he realise that he is about to be caught up in the machinations of destiny, and a plot that has simmered for two centuries.

Name: 6 Days a Sacrifice
Developer: Yahtzee
Category: Adventure
Type: Freeware
Size: 2MB
3 Comments:
Anonymous Xander said at 1/25/2007 02:58:00 PM:  
Definitely the best of the bunch, although you really do need to have played the earlier ones to know what's going on. Then again you don't really have an excuse not to play them now do you? Go play!
Anonymous Anonymous said at 1/25/2007 03:10:00 PM:  
Too many ideas being juggled for it to work. Some of them are excellent, others are poor. Not nearly as scary as any of the others, and too reliant on narrative to have any intriguing puzzles.

It's good, but not as good or refined as Trilby's Notes.
Anonymous Sergio Cornaga said at 1/25/2007 03:17:00 PM:  
Oh man, I get thanks? Wow.