Home | Profile - Edit | Your Page | Your Inbox Browse | Search Games   |   Log In

Download


Story File *
Contains zebulon.gam
For all systems. To play, you'll need a TADS 2 Interpreter - visit tads.org for interpreter downloads.
Story File *
Contains ZEBULON.GAM
original competition entry
For all systems. To play, you'll need a TADS 2 Interpreter - visit tads.org for interpreter downloads.
Hints
ROT-13 encoded hints
* Compressed with ZIP. Free Unzip tools are available for most systems at www.info-zip.org.

Have you played this game?

You can rate this game, record that you've played it, or put it on your wish list after you log in.

Playlists and Wishlists

RSS Feeds

New member reviews
Updates to downloadable files
All updates to this page

Uncle Zebulon's Will

by Magnus Olsson

Fantasy
1995

About the Story

Your eccentric Uncle Zebulon considered himself a wizard, and was rumoured to be very wealthy. But when he died, he only left you one single object in his will... Winner in the TADS division of the First Annual IF Competition, 1995.

Game Details

Language: English (en-GB)
Current Version: 3.0
License: Freeware
Development System: TADS 2
Baf's Guide ID: 245
IFIDs:  TADS2-F2BFBCA22745C4CF5B3C3021207F505C
TADS2-2D4741046F54693E86FEF47616EE408D
TUID: q1gts4stibzdzy69

Off-Site Reviews

SPAG
The main impression I had of the game was that it was a very solid piece of work. There were no bugs, all the pieces of the plot fitted together smoothly, the hook at the start was intriguing, and the ending was good, though not as much of a surprise as it should perhaps have been.

There were various aspects that disappointed. Apart from the one-object restriction, which was excellent despite needing a completely gratuitous demon to enforce it, the puzzles seemed a bit pedestrian. There are four objects hidden in obvious places and *two* puzzles involving collecting a set of related objects.
See the full review

SynTax
The good thing about this game is, if you have collected the wrong objects, it is just a matter of going back for the correct ones. There is no sealing up of any part of the game except for the final scene, and even then, you have the option of using the UNDO command.
See the full review

Page Update History

  v.3: 16-Mar-2013 08:51 - Edward Lacey (Current Version) - Edit Page - Normal View
Changed external review links
v.2: 29-Apr-2009 17:30 - Dave Chapeskie
Changed download links
v.1: 16-Oct-2007 01:49 - IFDB
Created page