Tag Archives: Puzzle

Wandering with the Fool

The Fool’s Errand is arguably the greatest puzzle game ever made. It’s an argument I’m making, at least. I count the evenings and weekends spent scratching my head over the mysteries of the sun’s map among the highlights of my childhood. Released in 1987 by designer Cliff Johnson, the game is a collection of increasingly […]

Killing the Flytrap

I was eight years old when I got my hands on a copy of Infocom’s Leather Goddesses of Phobos. I had no idea what it was.  Luckily, neither did my parents.  It must have seemed like harmless fun to them (“A text-based adventure? Interactive fiction? Just like a Choose Your Own Adventure—he loves those!”).  Had […]

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