Abandonware DOS title

Infidel

Infidel is an abandoned adventure game set in Africa designed by Michael Berlyn, Patricia Fogleman, developed by Infocom and released by Infocom in 1983. Infidel runs on DOS.
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Collector's corner:

The original folio box contained:

  • a five pages letter to Rose Ellingsworth
  • an envelope
  • a sketched map of the excavation site
  • a "rubbing" and partial translation of Dr. Ellington's limestone fragment
The grey box re-release contained the following feelies:
  • an "Expedition Log" kept by the player's character
  • a two pages letter to Rose Ellingsworth
  • an envelope
  • a sketched map of the excavation site
  • a "rubbing" and partial translation of Dr. Ellington's limestone fragment

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Additional info about Infidel

Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard
Distributed on: 5,25 floppy disk
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