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Nov 6, 2008 | 2:20 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place November 7, 2008

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Legends of Laundry is set in the once-peaceful area of Four Farms - a farming community that has recently fallen under a rather nasty curse. Floating cows, scarecrows come to life, mischievous imps and angry rat men are among the problems the farmers have to face.

Seems the adventurers that have been helping out the farmers have been getting covered in all manner of gruesome stains. Impit ichor, smashed pumpkin, cowpats and more. Poor Elena Brooker the laundry girl could really do with some help. You look pretty handy with a scrubbing brush, so what are you waiting for, get to it!

Drag the mouse to scrub three or more stains of the same color. Pay attention! Some clothes may have several stains. Be sure to read the in-game instructions for some other tips!

Reviews


JimmyquickfeetJimmyquickfeet

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Bored

Really boring, no real challenge I felt that the associations were thing if not unrelated. Alot of potential but no real creation. Anything works... I had no difference between pants and shirts... I feel that the concept was good but the final product was sub par... try a better pattern association.


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happydonut12happydonut12

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice

Cool and yet easy to play...well the first levels are easy....then it gets a little too hard...


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meehanusmeehanus

Rated 5 / 5 stars

verry good

would be more fun if my damn mouse worked! not youre fault, fun and when i buy a new one plan on playing more, saved to faves



DoomhammrDoomhammr

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool twist on the Bejewled formula

Starts off insanely easy and gets real hard real quick when multicolored clothing is added to the mix.



commentorcommentor

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

it was ok

i just didnt like the cursor. itd be easier if you moved the drawing point to the tip of the cursor instead of the middle, since that's what were used to with the arrows on our computers.