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The Nonsense Machine 6000
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"The Nonsense Machine 6000 is here! Have up to one million random bits of nonsense and as an added bonus: export the alr file to create your own random bits of nonsense! Guaranteed to be an essential edition to any die hard Nonsense Machine fan!!! As I said before, I need a life..."

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Genre: Fiction 
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Category: Complete adventure 
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Total Downloads: 125 
File Size: 6 Kb 
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  Interesting experiment needs polish from an ugly Albanian woodchipper with no face, Mon 1st Dec 2008
By Duncan_B - See all my reviews

What time I spent with this this game I did enjoy. It held my attention for maybe three minutes.

Some extra proofreading would have helped this game, as would some variation in the structure of its output. The interspersing of variables throughout variables could have helped accomplish this, although working all of that into the game with a nice network of dependencies, etc. would a while (understatement).

Overall, felt like I could have gotten more from it, but not entirely dissatisfied with the download.

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