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"I will be honest: I am disappointed by how this was handled. There is still some chance to fix this, we have a meeting with the client at 1:45 today, in the Starbucks at the IDS center. BE THERE!"
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This game has a lot of good writing and layout, but it suffers from the 4 hour time limit. Very few actions are implemented, even ones close to correct. ADRIFT is especially poor at using responses to incorrect commands to guide the player toward correct commands, and this is no exception. Even consulting those who've won, I haven't been able to complete it, only getting to the (Spoiler - click to show)Runic Doorway in the icy plains while holding the book and wearing the costume. Then I'm stuck.
I enjoyed the writing, but much of the game is difficult to discover. Well-done for a speed-IF, though.
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