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a text adventure 

"a text adventure" is a text adventure based on the (unfortunately)
unfinished tutorial:

The code is more or less the same that you'll find on the tutorial,
except for the stile and some minor difference in the structure.



It requires awk(1), a C compiler and the GNU readline library.

It builds on OpenBSD without external packages installed btw.


While you can look for the grammar in `parseexec.c:/^parseexec`, I
would ask you not to do so: you may read spoilers.

Instead, try to express what you want to accomplish in plain english,
it should work.  (note: no punctuation or conjunctions are supported
as of now)

Some examples

> quit

> look around

> look guard

> go to east

> pick up the coin

> ...