The Tenyaka Memorial of Vegreville is a TADS 2 interactive fiction game and is © 2003 by Roger Carbol. It was a participant in the Speed-IF Jacket 2 event.
In this small game that parodies Teletubbies, Pokemon, and Scientology, you play as a Knight of Xenu, sworn enemy of Thetans. Your quest has led you to the world's largest Easter egg in Vegreville, Alberta. You will destroy the Thetans within the egg with Ukrainian Anime Cockfighting Monsters.
This solution is by David Welbourn, and is based on Version 20030412 of the game.
Outside the Pysanka
> about. x me. i. x handbook.
> x litatyn. look it up. x povilnyn. look it up.
> x shvydyky. look it up. x strashnyn. look it up.
> x egg. x plinth. x door. x plaque. read it.
> open door. enter door. (+1)
> x po. look up moryas.
> summon litatyn. z. (+1) u.
Laa Laa's Lair
> x laa laa. look up hodynnyk.
> summon povilnyn. z. (+1) u.
> x dipsy. look up horadin.
> summon shvydyky. z. (+1) u.
Tinky Winky's Terrible World
> x tinky. look up vohonder.
> summon strashnyn. z. (+1) u.
> x button. read it. push it. (+5)
*** You have won.***
Note: "about" gives a different response after winning the game. Also, there's a minor bug with that second version of "about" which, instead of returning to the end-of-game prompt, instead leaves the protagonist back outside the pysanka. This lets you continue to play in the game world, and you can re-enter and re-explode the pysanka again and again.
> about. quit.
The Ukrainian Anime Cockfighting Monsters:
In a total of some turns, you have achieved a score of your-score points out of a possible 10.
This walkthrough is provided free of charge since I wrote this walkthrough prior to January 2015 when I began my Patreon account, and also because the work it's based on has less than fifteen locations (so I wouldn't have charged for it anyway). I've since reformatted this walkthrough to use my currently preferred style. I hope you enjoy it!
I'm still creating new walkthroughs! Larger ones too! Please visit my Patreon account if you're interested in helping me create more interactive fiction walkthroughs. I appreciate all the help I can get! Thanks again.