A downloadable game for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux

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Threediopolis is a lighthearted puzzler that hopefully won't break your logic bone. You stumble on the offices of a fellow named Ed Dunn, who gives you a list of tasks he'll pay yo well for. Easy, right?


If you can't find things right away, I hope you enjoy the random snark and scenery. But if you do find enough things, you can visit advanced mode--where you need to wander more, and farther, and some of the locations are unfair to find.


7th place in IFComp 2013, but I fixed a bunch of bugs since then and added silliness and balance.


Cover art by Wade Clarke.


The download includes four files:

  • Threediopolis.zblorb, the main binary, which you can run in an interpreter specified in the download link
  • logic.txt, which describes the reasoning to get through regular and advanced mode
  • threediopolis-invisiclues.htm, which is an HTML replication of the Infocom InvisiClue booklets. You can click on the links, or push tab and return, to open them up one at a time.
  • threediopolis_release_4_notes.txt, which shows the changes from release 3. I wish I had more than that, but I didn't keep track very well before then.

More information

Published116 days ago
StatusReleased
PlatformsWindows, Mac OS X, Linux
AuthorAndrew Schultz
GenrePuzzle
TagsAbstract, humor, logic, Sci-fi, sourcecode, text-based
Average durationAbout an hour
InputsKeyboard
AccessibilityBlind friendly
Player countSingleplayer

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threediopolis.zip 338 kB

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