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Pocket Gamer: Lost Treasures of Infocom Review

Pocket Gamer: Behold the mighty text adventure - an ageing relic of gaming past, when story reigned supreme and fancy graphics, well, not so much. Sadly, its popularity was brief.

So rapid were developments in the medium that Infocom - arguably the biggest name in text adventures, and the focus of this collection - lasted a mere five years before fancy visuals consigned the company to history. (iPhone, Lost Treasures of Infocom) 8/10

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