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Jarret Duffy knows everything about Dungeons & Dragons-- a sad fact which has secured his position as assistant manager of Benji's Gaming and Role-Playing Emporium.

When not earning minimum wage, Jarret obsessively rents The Fellowship of the Ring to point out trivia to his loser roommates and maintains and on again/off again relationship with Audrey. However, when Jarret disrupts a Summoning Session (by the Wiccan girls at the Bead Shop) and the undead start visiting the Funtime Teen Mall, he's just the man to have around. Similar to Shaun of the Dead, Jarret finds himself in the unlikely position of hero, but can he do it?

Necrotic Drift uses the Hugo Interpreter which allows for the use of pictures and sound in addition to the traditional text parser. The top of the screen shows a picture of the current location and head shots of any characters in the area. Events in the game, like reaching the next chapter or stumbling across a monster, may trigger music or sound effects (groans, screams, etc.).


Necrotic Drift Windows The game's opening.
Necrotic Drift Windows Simply ghastly!
Necrotic Drift Windows Title Screen

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According to the game's creator, Necrotic Drift uses 160 pictures and knows 1585 words.
Terrence Bosky (5463) added Necrotic Drift (Windows) on Dec 12, 2004