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Get Tom out of the closet

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Now that Tom is a raging Justin Timberlake fan he needs your help to come out of the closet so he can get back to work on new NG features.

This intense high strategy puzzler of a game will keep you bust for HOURS!


Well that wasn't too hard.

He must be fairly anxious to get out :P

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PsychoGoldfish responds:


hahaha that

was bloody awesome

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eh needs work

It's a little too easy after you find the remote you should make it more challenging or with more difficulty settings. plus there should be more of a variety of rooms.

PsychoGoldfish responds:

well, it's not THAT hard to get a Justin Timberlake fan out of the closet, and this game is all about realism.

hahaha brilliant!

oh poor tom, you even used his imdb thumb, possibly the worst picture of him out there :P poor tommy, but this game, seriously. it's pretty damn puzzling. i never would have figured out how to get tom out of the closet if i didn't decompile this, and figure it all out. let me tell you, the hours and hours worth of trying endless combination after combination would have been unbearable, so i had to cheat. w very well put together game here, frontpage for sure. the graphics were mind boggling, and the audio, the best audio you could fit into a 2.4mb file, i could just listen to it for hours :D

don't give up guys, you too can get him out of the closet :P

PsychoGoldfish responds:

for those without decompilers, the official strategy guide is available on amazon.com for $24.99


Wow, that shit is too funny. LMAO.

Poor Tom. You know he's not living that post down.

PsychoGoldfish responds:

JustinGrounds.com, everything by timberlake

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3.13 / 5.00

Sep 10, 2007
1:15 PM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click