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by Gunther Schmidl


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Finally, you have reached the end of this maze, a maze which kept you wandering about for the last five hundred turns. Your mad uncle's treasure chamber stretches before you. TIME TO... INHERIT!
You know, I think there may be some bugs in this.
[--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
A gag-game (I think), February 16, 2010
by madducks (Indianapolis, Indiana)

Inherit! is a three-room game and, I think, a gag game for a minicomp (or more precisely: The First Ever (And Maybe The Only) Interactive Fiction Mini-Compeition)(TFE(AMTO)IFMC). Whew.

The premise seems in part that you are in a buggy game, similar to Undo by Neil deMause. There's nothing very interesting here. I had to read the source code for the solution. I'm not giving this one a star rating because I don't think this was meant as anything other than a joke and example. The only information I was able to find was from the minicomp entry on the wiki, which mentions:

"Authors were asked to submit both games plus their source code, so future IF authors could have example code to look at."

I'd pass on this unless you're specifically looking for inform 6 source code examples.

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