Not really a game more like a story.
Pretty good, but also pretty buggy. It'd be a whole lot better if I didn't have to re-start any time I deviate from the intended path by mistake and screw things up.
To be honest: the game only came to my attention through the lashing "review" it got. Reading that I looked for a thread and finding none I downloaded and played the game: the protagonist plays a female messie who is changing in her dirty flat: into a dog. To do so one runs through the flat, following the quite clear hints and slowly changes. The game isn't free of bugs, and I only played until the game broke down: somewhere after growing a tail. The writing is clear and comprehendible, the idea fits to rags in as much as the running around of the protagonist is mirrored by the searching walkthroughs of the player. If nothing else, the game certainly demonstrates this strength of rags. The game doesn't have pictures, like many rags games and is, as advertised, quite linear. I'd like the author to make more games with rags since the use of rooms as the basis of the story is done well. The replay value is in my opinion not the strength of the game.
The story is fine, a bit too lesbian for my taste, but the further one gets, the worse the grammar gets :(
1) a rag with no images
2) not much wordings
3) not much items to interact with, just follow the instruction to do one single thing a time. not even one single examination botton for the items.
4) must have used the trail version of rag to create the game. there is only 5 rooms.
5) I got stuck after the ding dong bell, about 2 minutes into the game. since there are only 5 rooms with less than 10 items to interact with, and all of them shows nothing when I right click on them, I officially call this one game over.