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    Hunter, in Darkness

    Game » consists of 0 releases. Released 1999

    Interactive Fiction created by Andrew Plotkin where the player crawls through a cave using text input such as “ahead”, “back”, “left”, “right”, “up”, or “down”.

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    Hunter, in Darkness is a piece of interactive fiction written by Andrew Plotkin. The game was created with Inform 6 and is available for free both in source form and a Z-code game file. Interpreters are available for a wide variety of platforms, and the game can also be played online using a web browser.


    A text adventure where you crawl around in a cave and try to survive. It is a tribute to a specific kind of early computer game, but telling which one would be a spoiler.


    1999 XYZZY Awards

    Winner: Best Setting, Best Individual Puzzle

    Nominee: Best Individual NPC, Best Use of Medium

    5th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (1999)

    Overall: 8th Place

    Miss Congeniality Awards: 2nd Place


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