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{{game infobox|title=Weishaupt Scholars: Prologue|image=|author=[[Michael C. Martin]]|publisher=n/a|released=2005|authsystem=[[Inform]] 6|platform=[[Z-code]] 5|language=English|license=Freeware|color=none|graphics=none|sound=none|cruelty=TBD}}
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{{game infobox|title=Weishaupt Scholars|image=[[Image:Weishaupt_Scholars_Small_Cover.png]]|author=[[Michael C. Martin]]|publisher=n/a|released=2005/2007|authsystem=[[Inform]] 6/7|platform=[[Z-code]] 5/8|language=English|license=Freeware|color=none|graphics=none|sound=none|cruelty=Polite}}
  
 
==How It Begins==
 
==How It Begins==
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===Introcomp Release===
 
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You are Janet, a new recruit in a conspiratorial group called the Weishaupt Foundation. A lecture is wrapping up, and you're about to be summoned on another mission for your secret masters.
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===Release 2===
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You are told that the active agent is Hal, and that the status of all three agents (Hal, Janet and Benj) is OK.
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You are Hal, a minion-in-training of a secret society. You are midway through ransacking the lab of a gang of mad alchemists, but have still to locate some important documents. Your fellow trainees Janet and Benj are nearby, and you are carrying a pager.
 
==Notable Features==
 
==Notable Features==
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* Multiple viewpoint PCs, which change by chapter.
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* IntroComp version: after each chapter, a game over-like screen allows the player to continue or restart to the beginning of the chapter to attempt a better ending.
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* Full version: a fair number of [[multiple solutions]], which modify the plot to some extent.
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* Full version: instead of a traditional [[score]], the game awards a percentile score on three axes - Effectiveness, Subtlety and Canonicality - at the game's end.
  
 
==Versions==
 
==Versions==
===Release TBD===
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===Introcomp Release===
 
* ''Weishaupt Scholars: Prologue'' ([[Michael C. Martin]]; 2005; [[Z-code]] 5).
 
* ''Weishaupt Scholars: Prologue'' ([[Michael C. Martin]]; 2005; [[Z-code]] 5).
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** Release 1 / Serial number 050718 / Inform v6.30 Library 6/11 S
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** {{babel|ifid=ZCODE-1-050718-7EAF}}
 
** [[IntroComp 2005]]: First runner-up from 7 entries.
 
** [[IntroComp 2005]]: First runner-up from 7 entries.
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** {{ifarchive|games/mini-comps/introcomp/|introcomp05.zip}} - all IntroComp 2005 entries
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===Post-comp Releases===
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* ''Weishaupt Scholars'' ([[Michael C. Martin]]; 2007; [[Blorb]]ed [[Z-code]] 8).
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** Release 1 / Serial number 070815 / Inform 7 build 4U65
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** Release 2 / Serial number 071107 / Inform 7 build 4U65
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** {{babel|ifid=1948A12C-B94D-4451-B9A8-C08FB7E3E331|cover=yes}}
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** {{ifarchive|games/zcode/|wscholars.zblorb}} - story file
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==
 
===General info===
 
===General info===
* {{baf game|Weishaupt Scholars: Prologue|2796}}.
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* {{baf game|Weishaupt Scholars|2796}}.
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* {{ifdb game|Weishaupt Scholars|gnfqftiy4rvzzdnn}}.
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* {{ifwizz|Weishaupt Scholars|weishaupt-scholars-(2007-en)}}.
  
 
===Reviews===
 
===Reviews===
 
* {{ifratings game|Weishaupt Scholars: Prologue|3223}}.
 
* {{ifratings game|Weishaupt Scholars: Prologue|3223}}.
* [http://www.drizzle.com/~dans/introcomp.html#weishaupt Review] - by [[Dan Shiovitz]].
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* [http://inky.org/if/introcomp.html#weishaupt Review] (Introcomp) - by [[Dan Shiovitz]].
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* [http://diden.net/~maga/Introcomp07/#weishaupt Review] (Release 1) - by [[Sam Kabo Ashwell]].
  
 
===Spoilers===
 
===Spoilers===
* [http://webhome.idirect.com/~dswxyz/sol/introcomp05.html#weishaupt Walkthrough] by [[David Welbourn]].
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* {{dswxyz|Walkthrough|sol/introcomp05.html#weishaupt}} by [[David Welbourn]] -- applies only to the Prologue.
 
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* [http://www.allthingsjacq.com/intfic_clubfloyd_20070902.html ClubFloyd transcript] ([http://strackenz.spod-central.org/~lpsmith/IF/weishaupt.html 2nd copy]) - [[ClubFloyd]] played the full version of ''Weishaupt Scholars'' on September 9, 2007.
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[[Category:Works]] [[Category:Works in 2005]] [[Category:Works in 2007]] [[Category:Inform 6 works]] [[Category:Inform 7 works]] [[Category:IntroComp works]] [[Category:Z-code works]]

Latest revision as of 21:39, 22 October 2014

Espionage
Espionage
School
School
Weishaupt Scholars
Weishaupt Scholars Small Cover.png
Author(s) Michael C. Martin
Publisher(s) n/a
Release date(s) 2005/2007
Authoring system Inform 6/7
Platform(s) Z-code 5/8
Language(s) English
License(s) Freeware
Multimedia
Color effects none
Graphics none
Sound/Music none
Ratings
Cruelty scale Polite

How It Begins

Introcomp Release

You are Janet, a new recruit in a conspiratorial group called the Weishaupt Foundation. A lecture is wrapping up, and you're about to be summoned on another mission for your secret masters.

Release 2

You are told that the active agent is Hal, and that the status of all three agents (Hal, Janet and Benj) is OK. You are Hal, a minion-in-training of a secret society. You are midway through ransacking the lab of a gang of mad alchemists, but have still to locate some important documents. Your fellow trainees Janet and Benj are nearby, and you are carrying a pager.

Notable Features

  • Multiple viewpoint PCs, which change by chapter.
  • IntroComp version: after each chapter, a game over-like screen allows the player to continue or restart to the beginning of the chapter to attempt a better ending.
  • Full version: a fair number of multiple solutions, which modify the plot to some extent.
  • Full version: instead of a traditional score, the game awards a percentile score on three axes - Effectiveness, Subtlety and Canonicality - at the game's end.

Versions

Introcomp Release

Post-comp Releases

Links

General info

Reviews

Spoilers