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Abuse Victim - 14/08/2014
That's what I loved about this, Jordi -- the mind games. I always felt like there were a lot more secrets hidden in the game that I tried to find by typing the right thing. It was sort of like an Infocom game in that way.
Jordi - 24/04/2011
Something cool that's not apparent in the screenshots or description is that this game plays mind tricks on you. It will let you hit the Escape key and act like you have successfully escaped from the program and returned to Atari Basic and then surprise you when you try to do things like type the command "LIST" by listing reasons why you're ugly. It even lets you go into Atari DOS and attempt to erase or copy the game whereupon it lets loose with more insults. A pretty ingenious program.
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GenreMiscellaneousYear1981
LanguageBASICPublisherDon't Ask Computer Software
ControlsKeyboardDeveloper-
Players1CountryUSA
Programmer(s)

Simon, Randy / Freedman, Robert

LicenseCommercial
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Book / Magazine Reviews

 Electronic Games · January, 1983


Some of the early computer teaching and quiz programs tried to personalize the machine by having it make extra little comments depending on whether the human operator had just given the right or wrong response. It was quite common for a computerist to be told "you're wrong, you turkey" or the equivalent by his machine.
Saner heads have prevailed in recent years. The current emphasis on... [more]


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