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Type what you want at the command prompt!
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Given the nature of interactive fiction, someone had to make this game eventually.
i'm just glad that it was in a context where it was actually sensible for it to have happened.
Recommended for: the commercial break of a show you're only half-watching, on a lazy Saturday morning.
For the Apollo 18 Tribute album, authors wrote 20 one-room games (and 18 larger games) based off the titles of tracks in the album.
The title of this track suggests something immediate to fans of parser fiction, and the author ran with it. They did a good job with the implementation; I imagine this was not easy to code.
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