Author: Michael Zerbo |
Size: 4.14 Mb |
Requires: Win All |
License: FreeWare |
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This text adventure puts you into the shoes of a hardboiled 1950's private eye. You are about to begin a case that will either bring you a nice fat paycheck... or death.
Features a mix of text and photorealistic graphics, sound effects, and an Infocom-style parser.
This game has a reasonably flexible parser and should accept short sentences in the Verb-Noun format. Adjectives, pronouns and prepositions are also allowed. If a certain command doesn't work, try experimenting.
You may use normal English sentences, such as:
Take the gun and the bullets.
Open the desk drawer and look inside it.
When interacting with characters in the game, there are a number of specific commands you may use. To speak with a character, you may:
Talk to <character>
Ask <character> about <object>
These are just a couple of examples, but it will give you the right idea for interacting with people in the game. Again, if something doesn't seem to work (and you think it should), try experimenting with different commands.