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Klaustrophobia

by Carol Hovick

Humor/Slice of life
1994

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Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
License: Freeware
Development System: AGT
Baf's Guide ID: 552
IFID: Unknown
TUID: xclicgz9z79nzblt

Editorial Reviews

SPAG

It is an hilarious account of your vacation. You start preparing for your trip at home and at the office, then head for the airport(s). Somehow your flights keep getting diverted. Part 2, you arrive in Hollywood and appear on several game shows. Your big prize is a vacation in Mexico which takes you to Part 3. This is not easy, but is very funny. Those who have played Jacaranda Jim will find it especially amusing in Mexico.
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Xyzzy News
Intelligent, hilarious, and occasionally so true-to-life that it's scary, "Klaustrophobia" deserves a place in every I-F hobbyist's library. Until someone decides to port the game to Inform or TADS, though, it's likely to remain every bit as aggravating as the situations it makes fun of. But when one looks at the game itself, apart from the system it was developed on, "Klaustrophobia" is excellent.
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