Sillyfun Valley 12+
Adventure through the Bay Area
Designed for iPad
Now available for free!
Francis's best friend and canine companion, Chewbarka, is missing! Join her on a hilarious animated (FREE) adventure as she searches the quirky neighborhoods of Sillyfun Valley to find her dear doggie. Along the way she will meet eccentric inhabitants, solves puzzles, and even find romance!
Updated bugs with file name and colors.
Ratings and Reviews
I loved this little adventure, the dialogue was amusing, and I love the progression of the game. I got stuck on a few parts, but enjoyed figuring them out. I would love to see a sequel & more games by the developers! Amazing work
Fun adventure game
Brings me back to the classic games of the 90s like Indians Jones and Sam and max where you have to interact with the environment , talk to people and some puzzles. It has witty dialogue, interesting puzzles and pokes fun at the San Francisco culture. What not to like.
Good...with some groanworthy bits
And I don't mean the puns, although those were wonderfully terrible.
Generally, this game does a pretty good job of making fun of people in a way that works, activism and pride and high culture are all mocked in ways that are funny. It feels like the creator(s) know enough about the topics to make fun of them.
With one notable exception, and that is They and the pronoun gags, which just seemed based on a complete lack of knowledge of or experience with trans people other than through the internet strawmen. There are bits of the joke that do well, the hippie switching from "man" to "woman" when you tell him your identity, that works. But when you get into the dialogue with They it's clear that the writer of this bit and these jokes just doesn't understand how nonbinary people act or believe, and rather than pointing at the group of people and laughing, he's pointing to his own lack of knowledge, and it's just...really boring. Using singular they/them isn't complicated, we do it all the time, it's in the friggin Bible and Shakespeare. Also, you had a robot character and a nonBINARY character and you hardly made any binary jokes?? For shame. Missed opportunity. I ship They and the robot for the sequel.
Aside from that, every other aspect of this game can be summed up as ranging from passable (the UI, mechanics and humor) to really good (the voice acting, story progression, character motivations, and incorporation of modernity). I'll be interested to see where the dev(s) go from here.
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- Corey Kanon
- 113.4 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2020 Sillyfun Games