Peculiar and highly linear little game. The prologue is interesting, but it ends up being almost entirely irrelevant to the rest of the game; essentially, you find yourself wandering around heaven and hell. Some of the puzzles require rather exact syntax, unfortunately, or require that you foresee various unpredictable results. On the other hand, the writing is solid, and heaven and hell are rendered somewhat imaginatively--there's more than fluffy clouds and fire and brimstone, at least. Not a spectacular effort, but a reasonably entertaining 30 minutes.
Reviewed by Duncan Stevens (21 Jul 2000)