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ZOMBIES - Yet another abuse of the Z-Machine
A nostalgic diversion by David Magnus Ledgard with a large portion
of the code shamelessly borrowed from Torbjörn Andersson, a
tiny tiny portion being lifted from Infocom's "The Lurking Horror".
Release 1 / Serial number 990524 / Inform v6.15
This is a storage room. It contains an incredible assemblage of discarded junk.
Some of it is so old and mouldering that you can't be sure where one bit of
junk stops and the next begins. It's piled to the ceiling on ancient, rotting
pallets. A narrow path winds eastward through the junk.
You find many worthless items of hardware, old discarded memos and papers, but
nothing of any use or value. But wait...
What's that in the corner? A lesser adventurer may have passed this by but not
you. It seems to be an old Commodore PET computer and looks like it just might
work. Next to the computer are two tapes one with the word "Zombies" scrawled
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