From PC Gamer UK’s Darwinia review issue.
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13/01/2008 at 13:15
That custard cream is mighty detailed. I want one now. Booo.
13/01/2008 at 13:35
“More gamer snaps please!!!” is genius.
But the 2nd page is heaven in text.
13/01/2008 at 13:47
I should really go back and finish that game. Also, I now really want a custard cream, damn you!
13/01/2008 at 14:00
Custard creams with a nice refreshing glass of Fentiman’s Victorian Lemonade, perhaps?
Although I must admit to prefering Fentiman’s Ginger Ale.
13/01/2008 at 14:04
Ahahah, this is wonderful. Definitely my favourite, so far :D
13/01/2008 at 14:40
Del Boy says:
Well “I” spotted the Space Invaders key Tim so it wasn’t in vain.
13/01/2008 at 16:02
The detailing in this one is wondrous. I love it.
13/01/2008 at 16:40
I have a bottle of Fentimans Curiosity Cola right here. Cheers!
13/01/2008 at 18:26
That’s an awesome Custard Cream sketch
13/01/2008 at 18:46
Benjamin Finkel says:
Reminds me of the Flying Circus “letters to the editor.” Well played, and good jokes for a fun game!
13/01/2008 at 20:39
Much as we love your sense of humour, Tim, we’re far more interested in your dedication to Confectionery Still Life.
13/01/2008 at 21:55
GEOFF HURST'S GRAN says:
This has been the first Strafe Left posted on here that I’ve enjoyed. Let’s hope it’s not the last?
14/01/2008 at 01:34
No Picnic says:
This is the most amusing Strafe Left I’ve read here at RPS so far. Understanding that this is an archived comic, I hope you kept up the good work!
14/01/2008 at 12:17
Said desire to play Darwinia may well lead to me failing my two exams this week. Thank you so very much :p
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