& Reviewed by Neil Collins
Imagination is a text adventure by Firebird. I
remember playing this, but I don't think I got anywhere
near completing it. It's not a bad game. The puzzles
seem quite logical, which is rare for these types of
games. I'm not a huge fan of text adventures, but this
one is pretty good and worth playing if it's your cup of
Time to open that
Here we go...
Huh - is that it?
What are we counting
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
Using a walkthrough I found online.
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
Once you reach the final screen and open the hatch, you
get to see outer space. You then have to complete the
final task, which is finding out the number of stars in
the galaxy. You begin to count them.. 1 2 3 4 5...
before a message is displayed saying that this may take
some time. Game over appears and the game restarts.
- Andrew Fisher:
I think the ending is funny, but I'd be miffed if I
spent hours playing to get it.
- Andy Vaisey:
It's kind of cool that a text adventure has an ending,
but it could be viewed as a bit of a slap in the face
for the effort. I'd give it 3/10 just for existing!
- Gaz Spence: I
like the ending - I suppose it's trying to sum up the
infinite possibilities that exist within the universe.
Was the coder a metaphysicist?
- Brendan Phoenix:
I'm always hoping for more from text adventure game
endings and am usually left disappointed - this is no
Terrible. I'm glad I didn't waste my time trying to
complete it without a solution.
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