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Though the writing can stray a bit to the cute side, and in a few spots only one way of phrasing a command seems to work, Berlyn has done a great job of preparing a fully detailed, consistent fictional universe with a plot of deepening complexity. What happened to the seventh robot? Why did your predecessor as Central Mentality, one Gregory Franklin, choose to attempt to sabotage the entire system? As your robot Poet might say. "All the world's a computer game, and we are but robots in it."
Let your fears be calmed, the
game is very playable, even
replayable, once you understand
the premise. The robots are easy to
control, once you get to know them.
And, you don't have to know anything
about fixing real computers.
So, get out the documentation, a
pencil and plenty of paper, and
boot-up the disk — people are dying
and you're half asleep! — people
are dying and you need to wake up!