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Behind Closed Doors 2: The Sequel

by John Wilson

Episode 2 of Behind Closed Doors Series
Humor
1988

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(based on 3 ratings)
1 review

About the Story

The balrog needs to go to the loo, but the door is locked...

In addition to the standard version, there is a slightly longer "The Cats Choice-Cuts Edition" available.


Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Former commercial
Development System: The Quill / DAAD / Adventuron
Baf's Guide ID: 2477
IFID: Unknown
TUID: uish00jxyxz8zd9h

Sequel to Behind Closed Doors, by John Wilson

Followed by sequel Behind Closed Doors 3: Revenge of the Ants, by John Wilson

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Same humor as episode 1 but with new puzzles, November 21, 2020
by Denk
Related reviews: Adventuron, The Quill, DAAD, PAW

EDIT: Gareth Pitchford informed me that the important command WORN was given in the instructions with the original game, so my criticism that you are never told what you are wearing isn't really valid. Moreover, if you play several of the games in the series, it will become apparent that the command type LOOK 'direction' (e.g. LOOK SOUTH or LOOK DOWN) is often required. Thus, this might not be a problem if you played another episode in the series first.
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Note that this is a review of the original game, not "The Cats Choice-Cuts Edition" which is slightly longer. I played the Adventuron version. The version you choose to play may influence the commands you can use. Here, the game understands both L (redescribe location) and X (examine).

This game has a few gameplay issues:
1. You cannot examine yourself. EDIT: If you are aware of the command WORN, this isn't a problem
2. You are supposed to: (Spoiler - click to show)LOOK UP but as you are not given any reason to do so, it is quite unlikely the player will try that. EDIT: If you have played other games in the series first, You have probably learned that LOOK 'direction' (e.g. LOOK EAST or DOWN) might be a good idea.

At first, I wasn't aware of the points above, so I found the game to be a bit unfair after having looked at the walkthrough. So perhaps the puzzles are perfectly fair (hard to estimate after I completed the game by looking at the walkthrough). Anyway, it has entertaining parts even if you need to look at a walkthrough. With the information given at the top of this review, you will probably be able to enjoy this game.


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