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About the Story""Fleeing a broken marriage and a failed business you decide to join the space faring version of the French Foreign Legion." This is a more traditional Infocom style work (emphasis on puzzles, and subtle(?) humor), with plenty of story animations, chances for the player to define his/her lead character, and a few alternate endings." [--blurb from Competition Aught-Zero]
23rd Place - 6th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2000)
-- Valentine Kopteltsev
There is a lot of text to read, but it is well written and interesting. There are no objects to manipulate and for the most part you are "led" through the first part of the game.
-- Dorothy Millard
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>VERBOSE -- Paul O'Brian's Interactive Fiction Page
The more games I review, the more importance I place on one particular rule from Graham Nelson's legendary "Players' Bill Of Rights": "Not to have to do boring things for the sake of it." The EVA suit stuff from Enlisted felt quite realistic -- probably, traveling in a space suit via a backpack thruster and positioning system would be just as fiddly and drudging as the game makes it seem. However, reproducing this process does not make for enjoyable interactive fiction... Instead, we have a few minutes of excitement and then long stretches of painful and tricky mucking about. If I wanted that, I'd have joined the real Army.
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A big empty spaceship game where you have to repair broken things, July 16, 2017
The station has hallways A through J that are all identical, and minimally described, as well as a variety of other rooms. There are some fun things here, but I found a lot of it frustrating. The centerpiece of the game is a series of several EVA expeditions that realistically model 3d movement without friction. I found this to be tedious.
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