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by Luca Melchionna


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About the Story

"Zazie", an interactive reading, is a divertissement based on the novel "Zazie dans le mètro" by Raymond Queneau. The novel itself is a paradox: the said Zazie, a young, outspoken, rather wild girl of fifteen wants to go into the Paris metro for a ride, but she can't: there's a strike going on. In my little tour-de-force she already *is* inside the metro, and the difficult thing is to get out, mainly because of evil elderly perverts, but not only.
Vending machines have a role in the game too, as a tribute to to the rule n.167/b of the American Clichès Society that demands every single piece of IF to contain at least one vending machine, although nobody really knows why. The game is sometimes reported to be buggy and to lack action, other times to be "well-written" and puzzleless, which I take as a compliment, even if it is not always meant as such. - L.M.
[--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

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