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The Adventures of Alice who Went Through the Looking-Glass and Came Back Though Not Much Changed

by D. A. Asherman

Children's/Fantasy/Literary
1986

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- Mr. Patient (Saint Paul, Minn.), September 20, 2016

- Pseudo_Intellectual (Vancouver, Canada), October 25, 2007

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A loose adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice books. Very limited command set, with a weird and inconsistent approach to world building. (Why, for example, should the White Queen be openable?) All puzzles consist of either unlocking things or killing GAGS-style monsters. Plot events are included in room descriptions. Some bugs. An excellent showcase of the inadequacies of the GAGS environment - if this won the 1986 contest, I shudder to think what the other entries were like.

-- Carl Muckenhoupt

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