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eppy2000 - 26/01/2017
This was rightfully one of Infocom's "advanced level" games! Berlyn, as a professional writer, did have a knack of writing excellent prose that made his interactive text games engaging. While I liked the Indiana Jones-esque nature of Infidel, I found it rather difficult to get too far ahead without a lot of clues!

Yes, the ending is different than what you'd expect from Infocom, but you still *can* complete the game with all 400 points without having to deal with the indignation of the conclusion. You just end it on a "cliffhanger," if you will.
Jonny EOL - 12/04/2007
One of the few Infocom games to feature no additional characters, this is an Egyptian Pyramid puzzler with Heiroglyphs that just happen to be in ASCII format! Some of the puzzles are ingenious, but you won't like the ending!

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GenreAdventure - TextYear1983
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherInfocom
ControlsKeyboardDeveloper
Players1CountryUSA
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Berlyn, Michael

LicenseCommercial
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 Computer Fun · May, 1984Rating: 4/4 


All your Arabs have left you. They've poisoned your kumiss. There's no water in the canteen. The navigation box you've been waiting for still hasn't arrived and it isn't even noon yet. What a way to start the day. But you can end it on a note of triumph provided you locate the lost pyramid and collect all the treasures. This, noble archaeologist, is your task.
Actually, you're not a very... [more]


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