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Perdition's Flames

by Michael J. Roberts profile

Afterlife/Haunted House/Satire
1993

About the Story

The afterlife isn't what you expected. Explore a strangely modernized and bureaucratic underworld, replete with strip malls, government offices, and science labs, as well as the occasional lake of molten rock.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Release 930912
License: Freeware
Development System: TADS 2
Baf's Guide ID: 89
IFID: TADS2-77E1FD6393D2E5FD5514E2D1F144921E
TUID: 9pirdetlvv55uaob

Off-Site Reviews

SPAG

What makes PF stand out above the countless other text games currently on the market is its wonderful sense of humor. The game makes some truly awful puns, pokes fun at everyone's notion of what Hell is "supposed" to be, and generally keeps you looking forward to coming back to Hell every time you have to leave the computer.
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I loved the non-linear nature of the game. Although by neccessity certain puzzles have to be solved before other puzzles can be reached, the game is tremendously flexible. You truly feel like you are PLAYING the game, rather than being sent to Location A to get Object B to take to Location C to exchange it for Object D, etc. (Indeed, this free-style type of play is neccessary, since the game's goal is not revealed to you until quite late in the adventure.)
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SynTax
An unusual topic for a game, well thought out and most amusing.
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Page Update History

  v.3: 10-Mar-2013 11:23 - Edward Lacey (Current Version) - Edit Page - Normal View
Changed external review links
v.2: 25-Oct-2007 18:27 - Michael Roberts
Changed author
v.1: 29-Sep-2007 20:49 - IFDB
Created page