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by John Menichelli

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Brass Lantern
I'm not sure there's a good way to assess Z-Abuses. The interfaces are all fairly clunky, due to the limitations of the medium--i.e., this isn't what the Z-machine was really designed for--and most players will probably find themselves longing for a mouse.

As Z-Abuses go, however, Reverzi is perfectly competent. The game is known in its board game form as Othello, and the playing experience isn't really any different. The computer player is competent but not expert--I lost narrowly, and I haven't played the game in years.
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Abuses of the IF engine by mjhayes
Although various interpreters were written to facilitate play and creation of interactive stories, it should be obvious that some people would find ways to write computer games using the various aspects of the interpreters.

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