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Nuclear Submarine Adventure

by Steven Neighorn


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You are a member of the skeleton crew which has been assigned to test the sub under emergency conditions. Unfortunately most of the skeleton crew seems to have disappeared (not mentioned in the intro) and so it seems as if you're on your todd, running around the sub trying to fix everything that doesn't work, which is EVERYTHING. Lockers and doors won't open, all the radios areeither dead or broken, the generator is knackered so the sub's running off battery (!?) and the nuclear dojamiflip is on the verge of a melt down, very comforting. [...]

The sub is extremely large and, like all of his other games, is devoid of hard and difficult puzzles which are normally the main bit of an adventure game. The puzzles that are present are mainly fixing certain items with something else so that means you are basically exploring the sub to find items to fix other things with it.
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