Your mission, if you accept, is to save yourself and to regain your memory.
There are a few tricky puzzles to solve and saving the game at various spots
is recommended. Also, as in other adventure games, it is a good idea to map
your surroundings. The graphics are adequate and the parser, although not as
good as Infocom's, does work. Remember to examine and search everything you
find in your journey.
There are two unique commands built into this game. The most critical
function is the "THINK" command. When a clue is found, type in the word
THINK (followed by the clue that you found) and hope for the best. If
you haven't thought enough you'll never solve the game. The other
command is the "HELP CONDOR" function. The game has a help list built
into the program that you can call on if you need a push in the right
direction. The only problem is that it can be called up only three times
during the game. After that you are on your own.
Let's get started. You awake on a deserted beach with a spectacular
view of the ocean. In fact, look at the ocean but but don't go in the
water. Go N, then enter the hut and take some straw. Examine the trash
can and take the candle. Well, you don't really need it. Exit the hut
then go E...
The company was founded by Brian Fargo in 1983. Stationed in Southern California, the company created marvelous titles like Fallout or Baldur's Gate. Even over the former success, the company eventually went bankrupt in 2004 and sold most of their intellectual property to other companies like Bethesda.
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