• Reviewed by Vinny Mainolfi
Now here's an adventure game that got me frustrated
within the first few minutes of play - maybe adventure
games are not my genre. I would so easily get stumped on
the job in hand and not be able to progress any further
without having to scour through C&VG's adventure section
for hints and tips. I have since seen the WHOLE solution
to the game and wonder how on earth the programmers
would expect anyone to have worked out the entire
Thanks to David Craddock
the game is complete and a solution is no longer
And so the final
command is in place.
And there you have it;
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?
David did what most of us probably tried to do but got
bored typing in all of the commands, he got hold of the
solution and completed the game. Is it cheating? I
suppose it is but I'm not holding it against him :-)
SO WHAT HAPPENS?
Once you have woken up the bandit, you got 'NORTH'
and make a dash for freedom. The final screen appears
and the story comes to a close with you finally going to
COMMENTS: Being an
adventure game, there really isn't going to be much of
an ending to see. It quickly completes the story and
that's it! I suppose there could have been an ending
tune and some animation, but I think it all boils down
to the programmer's knowledge of coding.
FINAL SAY: Move
along ... there's nothing to see here (",)
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