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A MIS-Adventure

by Helmar B. Herman

Slice of life
1993

(based on 3 ratings)
1 member review

Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: 1.5
License: Freeware
Baf's Guide ID: 16
IFID: Unknown
TUID: uaupemwij3zsoqlu

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A small game in which you have to overcome some computer hardware problems in order to get your program to compile. Two-word parser, split screen, limited vocabulary. If you use MS-DOS, you probably deal with harder stuff on a daily basis. No save game feature.

-- Carl Muckenhoupt

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A-MIS Adventures in Programming, April 26, 2016
by PDearmore (Central New York)
Related reviews: text-adventure, pre-infocom, dos, 2-word-parser
Not bad for what it is... A quick little text adventure in which you play the part of a programmer coming in to work over the weekend to fix a horrible bug in your program code. The game is not without its frustrations--such as having to punch in a code to unlock a door every time you go through it. Most of the solutions make sense, or are at least easy enough to figure out. One thing that tripped me up for a while is that being in the same room as an object that you need to use is not necessarily the same thing as carrying the object. Shouldn't take more than a half hour or so, from start to finish.

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