Originally Posted by Sven_Q45
Edna is a one human made (!) game.
That's why it pains me that I don't have anything good to say about the game (well, the music is good, although it could use more variety). I'm all for independent adventure games enjoying success, and I don't mind at all paying money for something with modest production values, yet what I see in Edna from the player's standpoint is mostly subpar gameplay and sloppy, nonfunctional visuals.
I admit I am quite tough to please as far as humor goes, so maybe that's the main reason I don't find the experience charming as many do.