Abandonware DOS title


Suspended is an abandoned adventure game designed by Michael Berlyn, developed by Infocom and released by Infocom in 1983. Suspended runs on DOS.
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The game's feelies included:

  • A map of the facility and small tokens representing each robot. These were intended to allow the player to more easily keep track of each character's whereabouts in the somewhat confusing layout of the facility. Unlike most other text adventure games, the room descriptions of Suspended do not mention the directions of possible exits, which makes the map vital to playing.
  • Briefing for the Contra Central Mentality, a booklet that provides an overview of the facility, the robots, the computer system, and the player character's responsibilities
  • A letter from the Contra Central Lottery Commission Headquarters explaining that the player has been chosen to serve as Central Mentality for the next 500 years
  • A Contra Central Mentality Lottery Card

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Status: abandonware
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