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Uses the rare .z7 format, which some interpreters don't support.
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by David Welbourn

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by Evin Robertson


(based on 5 ratings)
2 reviews

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Entrant, Portrait - 2000 IF Art Show


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8 of 13 people found the following review helpful:
pie and pi!, December 1, 2008
by Jeremy Freese (Evanston, IL)

No plot, so nothing to recount in that regard. Instead, it's a screen gimmick you reach in about a minute's play. Original and made me chuckle, which made it a minute well spent. It crashed for me in Windows Frotz but played in WinFrotz.

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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
Let's pie!, September 13, 2010
by Victor Gijsbers (The Netherlands)

Currently, only 3 out of 8 people found Jeremy Freese's review helpful, but really, he did about the best you can do. This is an exceedingly small game set in a bakery. It will allow you to... oh, let's say... make custard with your computer? Have your computer make custard for you? Pie yourself? Whatever. Giving this game a numerical rating would be beside the point, especially since I can only choose among (a subset of) the integers.

Custard crashed Gargoyle for me, and didn't work 100% perfectly in Nitfol either, but well enough to be played.

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