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Bei mir hat Scapeghost jedenfalls einen Ehrenplatz ganz nahe bei der „Freundin“; hoffen wir, daß die nächsten Veröffentlichungen von Level 9 (sollen irgendwo zwischen Sierra- und Cinemaware-Games angesiedelt sein) ebenso gut werden!
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Despite the occasional glitch, I rank Scapeghost as Level 9's most enjoyable adventure. Their most enjoyable adventure of all time, in fact, because sadly Level 9 have announced that this is to be their final adventure.
I think text-only adventures are old hat, so it came as a nice surprise to play one that was a little different. I'd also forgotten how intricate text adventures could be. The graphics associated with this game are of a high quality and the command parser allows some fairly complex commands. It is probably here that the game is let down a little. While it allows you to direct actions to take place after a certain number of moves, it doesn't enable you to have the same action carried out when a particular event occurs.