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John Tucker
Burly Men at Sea Review
It's no Snakes on a Plane, but it probably shouldn't be.
12.08.16 - 9:04 PM

Big games like Final Fantasy XV are fun, but one of my favorite things about RPGFan is when we come across unusual little gems. Today, we've got a review for you of a game that has the potential to be one of those: Burly Men at Sea.

This is a point and click adventure game with a minimalist style that I really dig, and it seems from Luna Lee's review that its music reaches a pretty high bar as well. Check out her full opinion at the link below!


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