great stuff, dudes. love the artwork, you really nailed the style on all counts - music, dialogue, type and all.
My WPM are tru da roof, doll.
[...] Great Red Herring Chase games flash [...]
Neato. I like the idea. It just reminds me how bad of a typer I am.
[...] The Great Herring Chase is a collaborative effort between Greg Wohlwend and Jiggmin, in which you play a detective who is trying to track down the head of a criminal organization. This will require catching his henchmen and interrogating them one at a time, so that they would cough up information that will lead you to the next suspect. [...]
Awesome. Stylish. Really hard. I admit I abused Click Mode, because I’m a horrible typist, but I feel ashamed for missing out on the meat of the gameplay.
jeg vil spille
Awesome game. You guys nailed the noir aesthetic.
So where is the background music from? It doesn’t seem to be credited in the game itself.
I dont get the controlers :S
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[...] play Great Red Herring Chase lead the chase by typing in commands [...]
Unresponsive piece of shit.
[...] gli occhi sulla Fig. 8 di Intuition Games (già famosi per Gray e il più recente e ambizioso The Great Red Herring Chase) le cose sarebbero andate diversamente. Di sicuro avrei provato in tutti i modi a far stare in [...]
[...] The Great Red Herring Chase is like TypeRacer, but with a plot. Greg Wohlwend’s other games are addictive, destructive/cute (previously), philosophical, and baffling. Next, he’s taking on the exciting world of patent illustrations. But if your childhoood was anything like mine, his homepage will be your biggest productivity killer. (via) [...]
I really like the style on this, and I’d like to devote some more time to trying out this game later… Too bad it never got sponsored.
Do I’m such a blond I don’t know how to play!
Ha ha, that’s true, because the official spelling is “Doh.” :P j/k!
[...] that was the start of The Great Red Herring Chase. Eventually we would make Effing Hail and three other games that we have yet to release, and [...]
Great game, although I didn’t get that you had to type it, also, sometimes it actually missed the keys I typed because I type by pressing multiple letters, so some are held down at the same time and it doesn’t pick those up. (I have like an 85 wpm, so otherwise this game was pretty easy.)