Monday, May 03, 2004
One possible way to experience the play is to read it out loud. With other people. In the absence of that, you could try this handy text adventure influenced by the Infocoms of old. It's starts simply enough:
"I am in my bedroom in the palace. There is a four-poster bed, and not much else. A portrait hangs on the wall.
Now where? It can only end in tragedy you know ....
An exit leads north."
posted 10:13 PM | link |
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posted 09/05/2004 | link | email
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