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Game #297
Demoniak  
Interactive Fiction   Monumental


 Demoniak box cover

 Demoniak screenshot
This is a highly original game that unfortunately gets bogged down with extreme non-linearity. You are a superhero who has the special ability to take control of most people you meet by typing "BECOME [someone]" and looking at the world from their perspective. Despite exciting possibilities, solving the game is almost impossible because you *must* become someone to solve many puzzles, but precisely who to become is not always obvious. Recommended for veteran IF-er only, and be prepared to get frustrated in your quest to thwart the evil scientist.

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Alan Grant
Developer: Palace Software
Publisher: Palace Software
Year: 1990
Software Copyright: Palace Software
Theme: Fantasy
Multiplayer:  
None that we know of
Related Links:  
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Usurper: Mines of Qyntarr, Questmaster 1: Prism of Heheutotol

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