Review of "I'll"

I'll is a Z-code 5 interactive fiction game written with Inform 6 and is © 2000 by Sean Barrett.

Review by David Welbourn (originally posted at Baf's Guide)

Like its predecessor Aisle, I'll is a game where you have one turn to do something, and then the game ends. There's a reason for the game ending in one turn: it's the end of the world. It's an entertaining diversion, certainly, to find all the different endings. However, it's not as deep a game as Aisle. The range of handled actions is smaller, and every ending seems to belong to a different world; there's no sense of a shared reality between the divergences.

Rating: Not rated

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