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You awake in a strange place, your memories forgotten, your identity unknown, a simple pendant your only possession. What is this place? Why are you here? And, perhaps most important of all, who are you?

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Genre: Fiction 
Language: Unknown 
IFID: Unknown 
Category: Complete adventure 
Forgiveness rating: Polite 
Total Downloads: 233 
File Size: 67 Kb 
Version: Unknown
 

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  Good Game - I enjoyed it!, Sat 13th Apr 2013
By Lazzah - See all my reviews

My efforts to solve this game reminded me how rusty I am at actually playing adventure games after years of writing them...in fact I have virtually seized up! I didn't get very far before I was yelling for help only to be told to use one of the cardinal rules of adventure playing, i.e. examine EVERYTHING you see!

Once I tried this then the game started to flow. It is very well written although I did find one bug that the playtesters should have picked up on. Some of the commands are a bit odd and there is "sudden death", but whenever you do get killed you are resurrected.

There are a variety of puzzles which range from fairly obvious to downright head-scratching. All-in-all a very good game which I very much enjoyed playing.

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