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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 967d ago | review

Touch Arcade: Lost Treasures of Infocom Review

Touch Arcade: The first time Lost Treasures of Infocom [Free] hit the scene it was 1991. The treasures weren't actually all that lost at the time —all the games had been published in the '80s and Activision had only dissolved Infocom two years earlier. Now, over twenty years on, it seems a bit more reasonable to call them lost. (iPad, iPhone, Lost Treasures of Infocom) 4.5/5

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