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The Awe-Chasm

by Tony Stiles

Pornographic, Cave crawl

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Baf's Guide

Yet another dungeon crawl, distinguished chiefly by an astonishingly crude sense of humor. This is the second adventure featuring a couple of self-confessed perverts named Snatch and Crunch; I have yet to unearth their first adventure. Puzzles are difficult, sometimes frustratingly so.

-- Carl Muckenhoupt

Start with a rather straightforward late-1970s style dungeon quest/treasure hunt. Now add a remarkably crude and unpretentiously juvenile sense of humor. Stir in a frustrating parser and some poorly-implemented, at best semi-logical, puzzles. Blend into this a sloppy overall design, and, to give a slight flavor of anti-logic, top the whole thing off with a dash of sheer incomprehensibility. Following this recipe, the resulting mixture is a serious candidate for the very worst text adventure ever written.
-- Christopher E. Forman
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