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Orevore Courier

by Brian Rapp profile

2007

(based on 16 ratings)
1 member review

Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: September 30, 2007
Current Version: 1
License: Freeware
Development System: Inform 7
Baf's Guide ID: 3067
IFID: 617FAF7D-F208-4F70-8D5D-1638737D522A
TUID: 9b5k96bteakgcvdl

Awards

8th Place overall; 3rd Place, Miss Congeniality Awards - 13th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2007)

Nominee, Best Individual Puzzle - 2007 XYZZY Awards

Editorial Reviews

Jörgs Wort[be]reich
Rezension zum IF-Comp 2007 (German)
Du bist die Sicherheitsverantwortliche an Bord eines Raumfrachters, auf dem außer dir nur ein Ingenieur und der Pilot Dienst tun. Eingekapselt in eine kleine Überwachungszelle beobachtest du von dort aus alles, was vor sich geht. Mit einem unerwarteten Druckabfall auf der Brücke wird eine Reihe von Ereignissen eingeleitet, die dich auf deinem Posten gut beschäftigt halten.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
A short, hard one-room game on a spaceship with goofy theme, February 3, 2016
This game (which is a play-die-repeat game) is the combination of three themes that were suggested to the author (mild spoilers):(Spoiler - click to show)zombie pirates in space.

You are in a single enclosed room in a space station with a variety of buttons that control video (including recording and playback), temperature, self-destruct, and so on.

Each playthrough is short, but it will take a lot of work to get it right.

The game is funny and enjoyable.

On a side note, I always thought the cover art was a hunched monster with its head on backwards, but I think it's actually a brain-like monster on an asteroid.

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