Key & Compass presents:
Behavior is a Z-machine interactive fiction game written with Inform 6 and is © 1998 by William J. Shlaer. It was a participant in the ChickenComp event.
You play as a graduate student at Harvard University. You need to complete your thesis on the nocturnal performance of chickens, but because of your own nocturnal performance, you fell asleep in the lab and your test subject is now on the ledge outside the lab window.
This solution is by David Welbourn, and is based on Release 1 of the game.
ankle ending large family
Side of the Road Road
Library Base of
Science Lab Stairs
William James Hall - Behavioral Science Lab
> x cage. x window. open window.
> x window. x chicken. x bag. take it.
> take chicken. (It flies down to the sidewalk.)
From this point on, you're just following the chicken.
> s. w. d. n. w. w. w. in.
Fast forward through the rest of your pleasant life until you die of old age, leaving behind a large family.
*** You have died ***
chicken is initially on the ledge outside the lab window. You'll try to follow it. A
campus policeman is in the faculty library. In the large family ending, you'll eventually marry his niece and have four kids. An
emergency room clerk assists you in the sprained ankle ending. Endings
if you go north out the lab window. In this ending, you sprain your ankle and die of old age waiting for treatment. You have died
if you make a wrong turn on the map. In this ending, you move back to Seattle and become a poultry billionaire and die at a ripe age. You have died
if you enter the faculty library. In this ending, you get a job in security, get married, have kids, and die of old age. You have died Inventory
bag of corn chips. It's in the lab. You can give a chip to the chicken on the window ledge. If you try to eat a chip, you eat the entire bag. a
cage. It's in the lab. It probably shouldn't be portable, but it doesn't matter. Thank You to my Patreon supporters
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