|Device Req.:||Disk only (1 side)|
|Code Type:||Machine code|
|Created by:||P., Gyula (Redsoft)|
|Notes:||Very interesting looking game. Any info or instructions would be appreciated.|
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The Life (1990, Redsoft; freeware; 64k)
One of the most intriguing things I have come across on the Plus/4 World website is this rather unknown freeware piece by Redsoft, simply called The Life. It looks to be some sort of a life simulator disguised as a graphic adventure or something, and I do mean "something". As it's only available for the Commodore Plus/4, and the author hasn't been active in a long while, I very much doubt there will ever be any conversion of it.
There is no information available for the game whatsoever, so it's very difficult to get started with. You control the cursor on the screen and click on things, trying to find out things you can do with your time, and setting some actions into the time-frame on top of the screen. I have no idea, how any action will affect anything, but amidst the boring, everyday life sort of stuff, you also seem to be able to perform felonies and other obscure things. Unfortunately, the game doesn't really give you any indication of what you are supposed to do, but that's part of why this game is such an intriguing mystery. I cannot recommend this, however, unless you really want to help others like me finding out, what are you supposed to do in it. The ridiculously long loading times don't really add any incentive for trying the game out on a real Plus/4, so if you do feel like trying it out, go with emulation.
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