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Trixy and the Troublesome Egg - Trixy and Friends - cover

Trixy and the Troublesome Egg - Trixy and Friends

Elias Zapple

Publisher: Heads or Tales Press

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Summary

Go on a series of murderous adventures where you decide the story and get to meet and kill Trixy's friends! The more you slaughter, the more points you get! NOT FOR KIDS!

Trixy the Hamster is crashed out after a night of heavy partying. His doorbell rings. Who can that be? He holsters up, goes to his door and spots a mysterious egg on his doorstep. Ashes fall from his cigar. What does he do? Find its mother? Hatch the egg? Shoot it with an AK-47? You decide!

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