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A little text-based adventure game with monster combat and items and secrets and stuff.

This game was my first attempt at coding. I started on this project in my first year of high school and worked on it on and off throughout the next couple of years. Since then, every few years I've come back to it and have ended up completely rewriting it (usually for the worse)!

I'll never forget being in Mr. Hodgson's computer lab with my friend Howard teaching me C++ and observing my progress in coding the first area, Glen Park. (I soon followed up with the next area, Howard Street, as a tribute to him.)

A download is not currently available since I'm still in the process of rewriting it and making it more palatable, but hopefully will be one day.

There undoubtedly was someone in the thrice-cursed apartment no. 50. Occasionally the apartment answered telephone calls, now in a rattling, now in a nasal voice, occasionally one of its windows was opened, what's more, the sounds of a gramaphone came from it. And yet each time it was visited, decidedly no one was found there. And it had already been visited more than once and at different times of day. And not only that, but they had gone through it with a net, checking every corner. The apartment had long been under suspicion. Guards were placed not just at the way to the courtyard through the gates, but at the back entrance as well. Not only that, but guards were placed on the roof by the chimneys. Yes, apartment no. 50 was acting up, and it was impossible to do anything about it.

The Master and Margarita