- For other meanings of Labyrinth, see Labyrinth (disambiguation).
|Author(s)||Samantha Casanova Preuninger|
|Authoring system||Inform 6|
How It Begins
You are Damien Alexander, a professor of mathematics, carrying nothing. You last remember driving in your car with your loving wife Melanie to your anniversary dinner when there was an accident and you lost consciousness.
But now you're in a sweet-smelling but strange large cubical room. Every room surface has a different color. Exits are in odd locations: there's an upside-down door north, a normal archway east, an archway in the floor, and a sideways archway south. There's also a wooden box and a plaque on the floor. You want to get out of here and find out if Melanie is okay.
- Several "old school" features, such as the maze, emphasis on primary and secondary colors, a Nim puzzle, a cryptogram, and a last lousy point.
Trivia and Comments
- Other games with tilting rooms include Tyler's Great Cube Game (Tyler Bindon; 1995; TADS 2) and Finding Martin (Gayla Wennstrom; 2005; TADS 2).
- Was originally inspired by the movie Cube (see RGIF post).
- Labyrinth (Samantha Casanova Preuninger as "Sami Preuninger"; 30-Sep-2006; Z-code 8).
- Labyrinth - at IFReviews.org.
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