|Author(s)||Andrew D. Pontious|
|Authoring system||TADS 2|
|Cruelty scale||Cruelty to be determined|
How It Begins
You are a teenager who was getting ready for your first trip with the Junior Hikers. When you attempted to spin the globe that your eccentric great-aunt gave you for your tenth birthday, the globe didn't turn. Instead, either you shrank or the globe grew until you found yourself standing at the north pole of a small world.
You are wearing your backpack, hiking boots, and socks. A large key is stuck in the ground. The unturning world to the south is split into various time zones: midnight, evening, twilight, etc. You'll probably want to explore this world you now find yourself on.
- Fractional scoring. For example, you might be awarded .01 point for solving a puzzle. The full score is 1 point.
- Small World (Andrew D. Pontious; 1996; TADS 2).
- Small World (archived) - at Baf's Guide.
- Small World - at IFDB.
- Small World - at ifwizz interactive fiction (in German).