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Wildcard Stream Vol. 84 - Zooming Out

From your house to Ireland, the only universal constant is the maze.

Authored By: Dr. Dos
Published: Jun 27, 2024
Part of Series: Wildcard Streams
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♦ Livestream of 4 ZZT worlds. ♦

♦ Stream Contents ♦
• (2:12) "WWF In Your House" by Ryan A. Levine []
• (6:44) "Village" by Lindsay McIntyre, Mark McIntyre (1995) []
• (19:12) "Town III: The Final Adventure, Almost!!! Episode 2 of 4" by Seth Klonsky (1993) []
• (41:03) "Dok Land" by Ariel Fradin, Steven McCarter (1996) []

Four worlds with greater and greater scope, at least in theory.

Starting with a WWF game where your house is a maze with bears and spinning guns in it. Not much wrestling, though the ultimate warrior is here and ready to kill you. The second board is a game over screen. It was a quick game.

Then Village, which is a bit more enjoyable with its bits of cute scenery and lovely title screen. Explore a few homes which mostly consist of mazes and winding paths. Make it to your backyard with snack bar and music room, and then retire. Some nice faux-flashing lightbulbs by having yellow centipedes encircling signs.

Followed by Town III, with a mouthful of a full title. Another rough Town-inspired game that doesn't really know what it's doing. Yet more mazes, combined with passage issues make this one tough to get through and see what little there is to see. Features an incredible ending that tallies up your hundreds of thousands of gems as a reward, minus property damage of course.

Lastly, Dokland, which is another game where the author is figuring things out. It's got quite the depiction of Ireland, and one airport board taken from another game that looks significantly better than anything else it offers. And a fake wall maze to boot.

Rough set this time!

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♦ Originally streamed on June 16th, 2024 ♦

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