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Surviving the most famous maritime disaster in history almost seems irrelevant in this tale of buried alien spaceships and abandoned futuristic cities. The story is cute but rather linear, with a less-than-completely-satisfying ending. Nice use of randomly-appearing scenery to enhance the sense of loneliness and danger, a small maze or two, a limited light source, hunger, PC Internal Speaker sound effects, occasional fatal errors and misspellings. Saves only to drive B, but this can be overcome through the MS-DOS SUBST command.
-- Carl Muckenhoupt
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I never got far, but I was, and am obsessed! too bad it's not on here... idont have a pc... i pray they put it on the app, i have got to beat it! collossal cave too though, it's truly iconic. not in the archive though?
|The Bannochburn Legacy, by Tim Hartnell|
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Hartnell wrote several compendiums of computer games, such as the Giant Book of Computer Games which usually contained several categories of games which the user could type-in. Bannochburn Legacy is one of these from the adventure...
|Episode in the Life of an Artist, by Peter Eastman|
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The Sleeping Princess, by Molly Engelberg, Alex Engelberg, and Mark Engelberg
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You are a pageboy, well, actually you're more like a janitor. Can you wake the sleeping princess? An entry in the IFBeginnersComp.