One of those rare games that I just kept on and on playing... After a few 'dodgy' titles from Infocom recently, it is nice to see them back on course, with what is bound to be among their top-selling titles.
All the puzzles and text that go to make a moderately difficult Infocom adventure of the expected standard. But, be warned, on the C64, things are deadly slow! Get a 16-bit machine to enjoy the best of this adventure.
Written with a great deal of sensitivity... The game itself is certainly worth playing, and the many people who have enjoyed Rod's previous games should not be put off for one moment by the anti-horror hysteria being worked up over this, and CRL's earlier Jack The Ripper.