Nicholas' Weird Adventure
Nicholas' Weird Adventure Instructions
Nicholas' Weird Adventure is controlled by using the keyboard. Use the arrow keys to move and the spacebar to interact with people and items.
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Nicholas' Weird Adventure Walkthrough
Nicholas' Weird Adventure is a humorous, retro-style adventure game. This RPG features sprite graphics reminiscent of consoles games from the late 1980s and early 1990s, simple controls, and 8-bit audio.
Your objective in Nicholas' Weird Adventure is to guide Nicolas on his quest to attain a Ramon Osborn Show Season 2 DVD. The game starts off in a Suncoast Motion Picture Company store (it may be hard to find a Suncoast these days, but in 2005 when this game was made, Suncoast stores were quite prevalent). It is just your luck that another customer has the last copy. Well, this wouldn't be an adventure game if you reached your goal right away, so let's get started!
I will provide a short walkthrough to get you started on your way. First, we will discuss controls. Nicholas' Weird Adventure uses the keyboard as its control device. Move by using the keyboard, and interact with NPCs and objects by pressing the spacebar.
Now that you know the controls that you will be using in this adventure game, it is time to embark on your first quest. The customer that has the last Ramon Osborn DVD is a young girl in the upper-left corner of the store. Talk to her, and she will tell you that she may let you have it if you find her pet squirrel that is lost somewhere in the store. You can check the shelves if you want to read some humorous dialogue, but if you want to get straight to the point, check the trash bin in the lower-right corner of the screen. Looks like you've found the squirrel, but it's dead! Return to the girl and talk to her. Is your quest over, or do more twists and turns await? That is for you to find out. Good luck!
Nicholas' Weird Adventure is an adventure game that is simple to play and humorous. Casual gamers may also appreciate the fact that clicking through pages of inventory objects is not necessary, unlike many other adventure games. The only downfall is that you cannot save your progress, but most players should be able to complete the game within thirty minutes.