The Multi-Dimensional Thief

by Joel Finch

Fantasy/Surreal
1991

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- Arrowhead12 (Edmonton, Alberta), June 11, 2020

- Spike, February 26, 2017

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Joel has an open, easy-going style of writing which is very nice to read. His humour is first class, giving a witty response to almost anything you type in (try swearing repeatedly!). The puzzles are well-thought out and some 'standard messages' are random, so you have a different response to the same thing. (Grimwold)

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- Genjar (Finland), August 31, 2008

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To gain admission to the Guild of Multi-Dimensional Thieves, you must escape from a specially-prepared complex of rooms pasted together from various times and places. Visit Heaven, Hell, and Oz armed with a portable hole and a lightsabre. A nice puzzle-oriented game with a good sense of large-scale cohesiveness. Easy to get into unwinnable states; save often. Available in two forms: the original AGT version and an expanded version with a graphical interface reminiscent of Legend's early games.

-- Carl Muckenhoupt

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