Key & Compass presents:
by Aubra Penner

pigpancake is a Z-machine interactive fiction game written with Inform 7 and is © 2011 by Aubra Penner.

In this very short one-room game, you play as a non-descript person on a farm where you'll find a pig and a pancake. Enjoy!

This solution is by David Welbourn, and is based on Release 1 of the game.




> x me. i. (Carrying nothing.)

> x pig. x post. x muck.

> x lunchbox. take it. open it. (+5)

> look in lunchbox. take pancake. (+5)

> x pancake.

> wake pigorpoke pig. (+5)

> x pig. (The pig is still asleep.)

> x bell. ring bell. (+5)

> x pig. (The pig is actually awake now.)

> eat pancake.

*** Taste that? That's the flavor of greed and shame. Enjoy your pancake, because the pig certainly won't. ***

> undo

> give pancake to pig. (+5)

*** Congratulations! You have given a pig a pancake! ***





You have so far scored your-score out of a possible 25, in several turns.

Unfortunately, I must point out the game's scoring is buggy. All but the last item are repeatable actions that grant you five points every time you do them. That means you can give yourself a score much higher the maximum.

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