Key & Compass presents:
Bobby and Bonnie
by Xavid

Bobby and Bonnie is a Glulx interactive fiction game written with Inform 7 and is © 2017 by Xavid. It was an entry in the Main Festival of Spring Thing 2017 where it tied for 1st place.

In this lighthearted game, you play as Bobby and Bonnie, two anthropomorphic rabbit children who live in a crystal palace. You will first need to finish your chores before heading out to visit your grandmother and the county fair. And if you can find your friend, Puff, you may be able to make something special for dinner!

This solution is by David Welbourn, and is based on Release 1 of the game.


d d d CosyCottage FleaMarket CountyFair MarketRoad OutsideCottage MagicShop OpenWoods WoodedPath ShadyGrove Attic YourRoom OnBridge PoppyField LargeBedroom UpstairsHallway QuietRoad FieryField At Well Kitchen FrontHallway SittingRoom VegetableGarden Basement Refriger-ated Cave DampCave Sinkhole u u u


Vegetable Garden

> x me. x you. i.

> x vegetables. x thyme. x palace. x fence. x door.

> x dandelions. take dandelions. n.


> x basket. x table. x oven. e. n. e.

Sitting Room

> x mother. x book.

> ask mother about chores. w. w.


> x dishes. wash dishes. e. u. n.

Your Room

> x clothes. take clothes. s. w.

Large Bedroom

> put clothes in chute.

> x bed. x dressers. x rug.

> e. u.


> x gold. take it. x boxes.

> d. d. n.

Front Hallway

Mother suggests taking the scones to grandmother.

> w.


> take scones. e. n.

Quiet Road

> x cow. n.

On Bridge

> x river. x bridge. n.

Wooded Path

> x greenbriars. x woods. n.

Outside Cottage

> x house. x garden. n.

Cosy Cottage

> grandmother, hi.

> x grandmother. x knitting. x chair.

> x bookshelves. x churn. x carpet.

> ask grandmother about knitting.

> ask grandmother about churn.

> give scones to grandmother. x copper.

> s. w. w.

Country Fairs

> x stalls. x flea market. x shop. s.

Magic Shop

> x shopkeeper. x wares. x bowl.

> x bowl. ask shopkeeper about bowl.

> buy bowl. (using the gold doubloon)

> ask shopkeeper about Puff.

> n. w.

Flea Market

The flea will only talk about their stuff, and only how much it costs. If you have the money for the item, you'll buy it instead.

> x flea. x junk. x clock. x horn. x wax. x people.

> ask flea about clock. (You buy it for the copper piece.)

> ask flea about horn. (It costs two coppers.)

> ask flea about wax. (It costs a silver piece.)

> e. e. s.

Open Woods

Just want to let you know a log is here.

> x log. e. s. s. e.

Fiery Field

> x flowers. e. (The heat from the flowers blocks you.)

> w. n.

On Bridge

> fill bowl with water. (It's now raining.)

> s. e. e. (The rain lets you pass the fire flowers.)

At Well

Since the rain doesn't bother us, just let it keep raining for now.

Also, the pail and the bucket are two different items. They're not the same thing.

> x well. pull rope. x bucket. take silver. x it.

> x pail. take pail. n.

Poppy Field

> x poppies. n. (Their scent makes you sleepy. Your sib pulls you back.)

> s. w. w. n. n. n. w. w. w.

Flea Market

> buy wax. (using the silver coin)

> e. e. e. s. s. s. s. w. d.


> x clothes. s.

Damp Cave

> x mound. wind clock. (The mound wakes up; it's Puff.)

> x Puff. x books. x cookbook.

> take cookbook. (He wants something fancy in exchange.)

> give wax to Puff. (He gives you the cookbook.)

> read cookbook.

You now want to make gingerbread. You need butter, an egg, and ginger.

> e.


> x chickens. x egg. take egg. x coop.

> n.

Refrigerated Cave

> x flowers. x snow. x oatmeal.

> put snow in pail. take oatmeal.

> s. w. n. u. e. n. e. e. n.

Poppy Field

> empty bowl. (It stops raining.)

> put snow in bowl. (It starts snowing.)

> n. (The snowfall blocks the poppies' scent.)

Shady Grove

> x river. x ginger. take ginger.

Note: You won't be trapped if you empty the bowl of snow here. Enough snow will cling to the poppies, letting you go past them from now on.

> empty bowl. (It stops snowing.)

> fill bowl with water. (It starts raining.)

> s. s. w. w.

Quiet Road

> empty bowl.

> milk cow. give dandelions to cow.

> milk cow. (The milk goes in the pail.)

Optional: Make milk fall from the sky, if you must.

> put milk in bowl. put milk in pail.

Let's go make butter:

> n. n. n. n.

Cosy Cottage

> make butter. x butter.

> s. s. s. s. s. w.


> make gingerbread. smell.

> open oven. (A gingerbread man runs away! After him!)

> e. n. n. n. w.

Open Woods

Note how he hopped on the log. And the oatmeal is like paste...

> put oatmeal on log.

> n. e. s. w. (He's stuck!)

> take man. clean man. x man.

> e. s. s. s.

Front Hallway

Mother calls you into the kitchen.

> w.


> x Father. x platter.

> sit. yes. wash hands.

*** We all live happily ever after. ***




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