Do you know, just how damn terrible it is livin' sleeping in a bomb-shelter through a solar catastrophe; and hoping to God thatcha DON'T DIE? Well, hey, welcome to my world! Or what I like to call "hell". Not to mention, also the place that those stupid "Doomsday Preppers" can now victor in. God knows if any of those damn hoes are still alive even! But, hey, my arse is still here, so good luck try'na find me! ~A Lone Survivor, Late December 2012
The text game format provides with the possibility of a much more developed story and interaction with it. In this game you can CLEARLY see which option is the wrong one, therefor it's pretty much a linear game... Really? A linear text game? Why not call it a book?
The developer should look into other text games like "Lusternia, Age of Ascension" or "Aetolia, the Midnight Age" and take some ideas of interactive play, there's barely none of it in this game.
And finally, the writting is bad, the jokes are not funny.
I give it a 2/10 because I like the idea of a post-apocaliptic survival text game, and I hope someone do this better.
I used to write some program in .bat and i know how difficult it is.
I've seen the source code and i understand how much work the programmer has done.
In my opinion is really fun to play, i like this kind of game, simple yet so immersive.
And if you can entertain someone with just some green text in a prompt you have done a good job.
I give this a three; Here's why
Good system -- few/no bugs
Full game -- not a "minigame"
Crude humor -- offensive
Too linear -- few "real" options
Poor execution of ideas
No hook -- Can't get into it.
Only because of the duration and lack of bugs did I not rate it a 1.