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Author: bloomer
Posted: June 12, 2009 (07:36 PM)
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I enjoyed this review a lot.

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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: June 12, 2009 (09:01 PM)
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Thank you very much, Bloomer. That was a fun game to write about. And I'd advise looking up that original manuscript. Not only was it necessary for me to fill a couple memory holes, but it was entertaining for me as someone who never completely solved the game.

It's a very witty conclusion. One could complain that you're essentially on rails with only a handful of decisions with a "die or live" consequence, but it's pretty cool to read through.

And it's cool to experience a game that could be considered one of the earliest attempts at the now-common "sandbox" genre.....only as a pure text adventure.

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