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Prick Peckard is a detective in Evansville, in a world where the Earth has been reduced to wasteland and where humanity is living in great and enclosed cities. But humans aren't working except for a few; in reality, robots are doing everything that the people don't want to do anymore (like cleaning). However, some robots are dreaming of freedom, which is not allowed. Some of them are turning against humans. That's why a Robot Crimes Division was created. Peckard is one of the officers working in the department.

When he's given the case of a runaway robot, he doesn't know that he will live a dangerous adventure...

Barn Runner 1: The Armageddon Eclair is an adventure game divided in to two distinct parts. Finishing the first one will give you the password for the second. Also, the game is made with AGS, a freeware adventure game engine.

The game is a point-&-click one. You have to select what you want to do, then, click on the object or the person you want to interact. You have four main actions: "walk", "look", "talk" and "touch". You can pick up objects in order to combine them or to use them later. They're put in a inventory you can access when you want.

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Barn Runner 1: The Armageddon Eclair Windows Menu (Part 2)
Barn Runner 1: The Armageddon Eclair Windows Uh oh. Trouble ahead...
Barn Runner 1: The Armageddon Eclair Windows The guy seems stressed.
Barn Runner 1: The Armageddon Eclair Windows Menu (Part 1)

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Abandonia Reloaded Feb 21, 2006 4.1 out of 5 82
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Inspiration

The game's backstory, title and protagonist's name owe more than a little to Philip K. Dick's story Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep and its movie adaptation, Blade Runner.
vicrabb (7307) added Barn Runner 1: The Armageddon Eclair (Windows) on Mar 25, 2009