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  • Awesome Music: Courtesy of Terry Scott Taylor once again.
  • It's Short, So It Sucks!: A common criticism. Not helped by the fact that most of puzzles repeat, which feels like blatant padding.
  • Player Punch: Tell me you weren't staring at your screen in distressed horror when Vognaut vaporized Beak Beak.
  • So Okay, It's Average: Most reviews of the game relent that it has charm, some good writing, and a fun world, but that it's dated in a bad way, feels incomplete, has an utterly insipid plot, and doesn't live up the The Neverhood in the slightest.
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  • Squick: In Tvark's written memoirs, he recounts how he and Meva first found P in a crashed spaceship. According to him, P was in a room covered in feces because her diaper hadn't been changed for days.
  • Tear Jerker:
    • Tvark's written memoirs are full of moments like this. Highlights include:
      • Tvark and Meva finding out they can't naturally birth a child.
    • P's biological parents are found dead in their spaceship. They starved to death in order to keep P alive.
    • The horrified look on Tommynaut's face when Vognaut vaporizes Beak Beak.
    • The fact that by the end of the game, P has lost not one, but two sets of parents. Yes, they sacrificed themselves in order to keep P safe, and she has Tommynaut and Beak Beak now, but it's still sad.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: A lot of players agree that Tvark and Meva's backstory is far, far more interesting than the story of the game proper, and wish they could play as them during that time.


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