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About the StoryA solvable demo of a rather cruel puzzle idea. Playable online.
Written for the 8-bit BBC Micro computer.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:A cruel puzzle of a maze and an unusual one, too, April 28, 2018
The setup is fairly simple: a maze that reveals its shape to you once you fail to complete it, and which regenerates randomly each time. A single item, of questionable utility, is found in the maze each time.
The solution to the maze uses a trick I have never seen before in interactive fiction, and which is very cruel.
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