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A text-based adventure

SO I made a console game.

A text adventure, specifically.

Written in pure C.


Written in 3 hours. 17 kB of source code, 109 kB compiled EXE.

Why, you might ask? (at least that's what I ask myself.)

For the heck of it, I guess.

But mostly as a christmas gift for Mageirias. (not sure if he'll appreciate it)

He is the one who inspired me to make a text adventure, in a way.

So, Mag, depending on your opinion for the game, choose whichever you think I should say:
  • "Thank you for inspiring me to make this game."
  • "You brought this upon yourself."
-Kostas

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