Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

The Lost Dimension (Windows)

The Lost Dimension Windows Title screen / start menu


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This homebrew typing-optional .NET text adventure, apparently inspired by the graphical interfaces of Legend's adventures and games developed using the Quest system, pits the player as an apparent sole survivor of a passenger jet crash on to a dangerous Caribbean isle in the Bermuda Triangle. Sweating through RPG-style clashes with jungle beasts (my numbers encounter your numbers! And then they crunch!) and inventory juggling, evidence emerges suggesting that members of the plane were abducted by aliens just prior to the crash! But why? Well, we'll leave that one as an exercise to the would-be player.


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This game took 26th place overall of the 27 entries in 2007's 13th annual Interactive Fiction competition.
Pseudo_Intellectual (44379) added The Lost Dimension (Windows) on Oct 24, 2007