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The Ludicorp Mystery

by Cal "Bees" Henderson

Mystery
2006

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About the Story

In this game, you play as a concerned citizen, very likely a gamer, exploring a large office building. Ludicorp is very overdue with their next game release. You're worried that something has gone wrong at the Ludicorp offices, so you decide to visit them and investigate the situation.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: 12
License: Freeware
Development System: Inform 6
Baf's Guide ID: 2905
IFID: ZCODE-12-031010-C359
TUID: r6g7pflngn3uxbam

Editorial Reviews

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Cyberthunk
What I liked about TLM was the atmosphere, which ranged from being a satire of high-tech firms to completely surreal. While some of the in-jokes might appeal only to those in the industry, some were understandable to non-techies like myself.
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Stephensplatz
Lacunae
The game is a standard office crawl, with the standard lazy-corporate mix of bland workplace environment and half-assed surreality. The player spends essentially all the time wandering around featureless rooms, and the PC is essentially uncharacterised (unless saying "Urrgh!" counts as characterisation). It would indeed be impossible to discuss the storyline in too much depth, because the game does not have a storyline of any depth at all.
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