Frasse and the Peas of Kejick


Frasse and the Peas of Kejick is an adventure game featuring Frasse, a blue hairy monster. Cute, isn’t he? The game is not only cute, but also funny and you can download it for free!

The download page is here.

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or later (with an Intel processor) or Windows 95 or later.
  • A graphics card capable of OpenGL. (In Windows this may mean that you should update your graphics drivers. Check the web site of your graphics card manufacturer for an update.)


Want to know more about the game before downloading it? Read what other people think of it! The following reviews were written for the old version, before I’d released the updated Special Edition with improved music and graphics and added voices:

Do you know of a review not listed here? Let me know about it, and I’ll add it to the list!


Rikard Peterson

10 thoughts on “Frasse and the Peas of Kejick

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  2. There is no Linux version of the game, but there is a Linux port of the game engine I used (SLUDGE), so it is possible to grab the data file from the Mac version and run that with the Linux version of SLUDGE (see As you probably can tell, I’m not a Linux user myself.

    License? I’m not a lawyer, nor have I hired one, so I have not written a proper license. I’ll simply state that I’m not giving up any copyright, but that you’re welcome to download and play the game for free. You may also share the game with a friend (in its original form) if you want to.

  3. I have Mac OS X Tiger and I get an error that tells me that my PC doesn’t have a program that can run it. Does it matter that it’s a G3 PPC?

  4. That’s probably it. I’ve never had a PPC, so I have nothing to test that on. I know that it did at one point work on PPC, but the sound libraries used by the game engine were a real pain to get working as “fat binaries” (both Intel and PPC), so I’m not surprised to hear that it’s broken now. I don’t think I can fix that – sorry. Thanks for letting me know about it.

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  6. every man and his dog is releasing indie games.
    point and clicks are doing well too.
    u could charge a small amount and earn a little cash/

  7. Hi, can you please help me with sludge?
    I hope someone still reads this… *fingers crossed*

    I recently discovered SLUDGE and I wanted to download the most up to date version.
    The language syntax is very simple compared to adventure game studio so I want SLUDGE :).
    I don’t know a thing about c++ and how to compile the latest release (I tried but I got some errors..) , I wish there was a binary download or someone that could help me.


  8. Hi,

    Unless you’re prepared to learn how to compile it (and do it for both Mac and Windows) and learn C (the source is mostly plain C) so that you can maintain it, I wouldn’t recommend that you use SLUDGE. As far as I know, there has been no official support forum since the Adventure Developers forum went down over a year ago, nobody is actively developing the engine, only the Linux version of the engine is maintained, and there are no active users of it to ask for help if you get stuck.

    Sorry, but I don’t have the time or energy to work on SLUDGE. If and when I do get time for game development again, I want to use that for my new game. I recommend you take a look at Unity, and the Adventure Creator extension written for it.

    / Rikard

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