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Includes 4MB Glulx file, and PDF document with instructions.
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Contains edificio25.blb
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El Edificio 25 (Building 25)

by jarel

Science Fiction
2007

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(based on 4 ratings)
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About the Story

Entry in the 2007 Spanish-language FICOMP. In 2391, 95% of Earth's population are androids: the working-class. The world is run by computer networks that serve a dwindling and idle human population. Citizen 429 is invited to the home of a friend and finds that the planet's androids may be developing an agenda of their own.

Game Details

Language: Castilian (es)
Current Version: v 1.0
License: Freeware
Development System: Inform 6
Forgiveness Rating: Tough
IFID: GLULX-4-090531-61B687FC
TUID: ju8qpl62enpiutnm

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
SF puzzlefest with a touch of horror, October 26, 2007
by Maureen (California)
Puzzle-box of a game set in a retro-futuristic mansion, with spare but elegant graphics and excellent sound fx. As you explore, you will encounter silent, well-dressed androids, elegant old-world furnishings, dirigibles, teleporters--and sudden violence. You can die here--"undo" will be your friend, especially in the endgame's chase sequence--and one puzzle, evading a relentless killer android, is almost impossible to solve without help beyond the in-game hint system (I recommend the very friendly web forum at http://www.caad.es/foro). All other puzzles are well-clued and cleverly interlaced. A highly polished and satisfying game.

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