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Description

Deadenders is a text adventure game with graphics.

In the UK there is a BBC television soap-opera called 'Eastenders' which concerns the lives of everyday normal London folk living in Walford's Albert Square. This game is a spoof on that TV series and takes many of its names from the original. Albert Square becomes Herbert Square, Dirty den Watts becomes Dirty Dan, and so-on.

The story concerns Effi who's lost her little Willie. The player takes the role of PC Donald "Dirty" Dance who must investigate Herbert Square and its residents to solve the mystery.

In this game there are no player aids such as command lists or command icons. All instructions must be typed out in full.


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Deadenders Commodore 64 The game's title screen is designed to look similar to the TV program's opening credits which shows an aerial view of the Thames snaking through London
Deadenders Commodore 64 At last! A picture!.
Deadenders Commodore 64 Having searched the flat PC Dance exits the room and enters the Herbert Square. Still no pictures
Deadenders Commodore 64 The game starts here in Effi's flat

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Computer and Video Games (CVG) Apr, 1989 20 out of 100 20

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piltdown_man (118669) added Deadenders (Commodore 64) on Mar 08, 2011
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