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Entrant - French Comp 2021
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This is a polished parser game entered in the French IF Competition. It comes with nice feelies and runs on retro devices as well as in-browser.
You wake up in a dungeon with four exits, wearing an empty scabbard and some armor. In each direction, there is some kind of threat: a trap, a monster, a guardian, etc. and you have to defeat them all in turn.
I thought this was fun, but also very hard. It includes some forms of interactions which I consider unfair, like having to die to progress. I was very happy the author provided a solution! (although one line of it provokes an error, but it's okay and doesn't affect the end result).
The author seems to enjoy IF a lot and I look forward to any future games.
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