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The game's title screen follows the instructions, a warning that some themes may not be suitable for young or sensitive players, and advice to save often
The game starts by displaying a couple of screens of instructions, then comes the title screen and a couple of warnings
A new game is about to start, that means the game has to spell out the backstory which it does in a couple of screens
Here's Mel on the lookout for his guitar. He can talk to the character sitting by the wall.
This is a typical conversation screen. There are five are options that Mel can say to the guy but all the player needs to do is type the first couple of words
The game essentially scrolls left/right of the start screen with various locations appearing. Many are locked initially
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