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Lack of Vision

by Ryan Stevens

Joke, Surreal

(based on 5 ratings)
2 reviews

About the Story

Written as a "TextWater" game (as an answer to the "TextFire" April's Fool Hoax), you are in a dark place without knowing why (or what to do).
[--blurb from The Z-Files Catalogue]

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The usual from Rybread, though there's less here than in his others. Essentially, you're wandering in the dark getting semi-funny "you can't see" messages. Don't bother.

-- Duncan Stevens


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
A room with multiple messages about how dark it is., February 10, 2016

The last of the Rybread Celsius games I played. This is pretty much nothing; one room with all exits leading to itself, with some random messages about how dark it is and a help menu with mostly blank entries.

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2 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
If Sparse Could Ever Be Meant as Generous, May 17, 2010
by AmberShards (The Gothic South)

Lack of Vision consists of an awesome introduction and very little after that: no plot, no puzzles, and only four rooms. Those rooms consist of the game telling you that you can't see. Nice, but I figured that out in the first 10 seconds of playing. If it's supposed to be a joke, what it's supposed to parody has been lost in the sands of time along with the humor. If this was a Speed IF entry or an IntroComp, it'd still rank lowly; as it stands, I guess we're supposed to be happy that the intro finishes? I want that minute of my life back!

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