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23rd Place - 14th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2008)
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Very, very big game about a robotic conspiracy at a factory, September 28, 2017
With a walkthrough, it can be pretty fun. It does include steps like waiting 19 times in a row, with each Z producing a text dump.
The reason it can be fun is that its story, which has early hints about employees not being all the way there and oddly intelligent robotic devices, is compelling in the large scale.
Worth trying if you like to skim read and don't mind walkthroughs.
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