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At 865741.3 UDC, StreamDiver Alpha Tango-678 performed
On the Flip Side
If the game has so many problems, then why play it? Well, as I said, I think some of the game's weaknesses are a result of its strengths. The game has ambitious goals, which are not realized quite well enough. As such, let's remind ourselves of the game's strengths.
First of all, this a game with a unique, innovative, and highly useful interface. In fact, it's got more than that; it's got three different interfaces. It's got attractive and interactive maps. It's got a library full of articles giving useful background information. It gives you a spirited sidekick who is sometimes hilarious, and other times extremely helpful. It gives you innumerable gadgets, including your own gear as well as other stuff you find — gadgets that are often fun and rewarding to play with. What's more, some puzzles are highly satisfying, calling for ingenious use of your gear and of time travel itself. The game has an epic feel, and is very satisfying to complete, with a good ending.
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Average member rating: (2 ratings)
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"Will you read me a story?" "Read you a story? What fun would that be? I've got a better idea: let's tell a story together."
Moments Out of Time, by L. Ross Raszewski
Average member rating: (15 ratings)
"Note: requires a Z6-capable interpreter, preferably with Blorb sound support." [--blurb from Competition Aught-One]