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Ballyhoo

Ballyhoo (APP2) game cover art
Platform: Apple II
Genre: Text Adventure
Developer: Infocom

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02/??/1986
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Reader Reviews

Ballyhoo review

Reviewed August 15, 2009

aschultz says: "Infocom's text adventure Ballyhoo turns a circus into a deadly kidnapping mystery, never sacrificing reality for dramatic tension. Chelsea Munrab, the daughter of circus owner Thomas Munrab, has been kidnapped. As a straggler from the show's crowd, you hear a conversation between Munrab and the detective in your town. Munrab blames the locals and suggests the detective do the same. "
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