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"You still can't quite believe that Gwyneth dumped you. Not after all you went through. Hopefully sepnding a couple of days babysitting Uncle Steve's museum will at least make a start on mending your heartache..." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]
34th Place - 6th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2000)
Happy Ever After is a modern fairy tale with a dash of science fiction thrown in. The storyline is original and the game has some good puzzles, especially Merlin's alchemy machine, although I found the doors a bit of a mystery.
-- Dorothy Millard
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This game seems strongly influenced by the previous year's massive Mulldoon Legacy. You are investigating your uncle's museum/hotel, and you discover a crackling energy portal leading to ancient times.
The game has some tricky puzzles, and the published version is in fact not completable. However, the source code provided does compile correctly.
I found the game to be fun but to have way too many 'guess the author's brain'-type puzzles.
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