DOS - 1990
Also available on: Amiga
Description of Altered Destiny
Designed by Michael Berlyn (of Infocom's Infidel and Polarware's Oo-Topos fame), this is a bizarre text-parser/graphical adventure game with a cliche premise: after being sucked into your TV by a powerful alien, it is up to you to save the galaxy. The parser recognizes a wide range of words, and some puzzles are quite difficult, although all of them are logical once you figure out what to do. Recommended for its overall wackiness and good puzzles.
Review By HOTUD
Comments and reviews
Justyn 2009-09-30 1 point DOS version
A very odd game. Many alien looking places and creatures. But it was very fun to play. The hardest part for me was figuring out how to ride the creatures up and down the first part of the game. Another hard thing was the syntax you have to use to fill the tube with the shapes (which was, point tube at shapes, or something like that). It was hard for me to tell the big floaters vs the small floaters. Once you get use to what to do and the correct syntax it is fun.
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