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Simon & Schuster /
from Four Fat
Free Lawndale High From Eternal
As if your own nightmares weren't bad enough, now you can
have Daria's Inferno! The Adventure Game! Step into the nightmare that could
only belong to Daria as she leads you on an outlandish quest to save Lawndale.
Experience the thrilling adventure of high school according to Daria and try
all the computer game stuff like puzzles, quests and mazes.
Adventure? Well, maybe that's too strong a word.
Voyage through the five circles of Daria's netherworld as she finds herself
lost in a nightmare she can't escape. Only you can help her wake up by solving
the mysteries of Ms. Li's missing stuff. Doom has never been so bleak. Meet all
the characters from the Daria show and hear Daria's pithy, sharp-witted
commentary as she struggles to save the school. All dialogue written and
performed by the same extremely clever people who create the show. Solve
mysteries and free Lawndale High from eternal detention!
- Solve Mysteries and free Lawndale High from eternal
- More than 20 locations to get mired in for all
- All the Daria characters you've come to love, or at least
- High quality animation, it actually moves and stuff.
- Original scenes and dialogue from the MTV cast and
Windows95/98/Me/2000/XPPentium 166 MHz or faster 32mb
RAM 4x CD-ROM drive 256-color SVGA graphics Microsoft compatible sound card
Macintosh System 7.6-9.2.x 132 MHz or better 16mb RAM
4x CD-ROM 256-color display
Chicks by Orb
"The premise of Daria's Inferno is simple but
effective for the type of gameplay involved. Daria Morgendorffer, the
well-spoken, caustic heroine, has fallen asleep in English class while the
teacher is reading Dante's Inferno. She dreams that she is now in her own
Inferno, a hell taken from the distaste she finds in her own world. In her
dream Inferno, she must find five items stolen from the school, or the entire
student body will be put on detention."
"Outside of an initial point where a name is entered by the
player at the start of the game, there is absolutely no saving at all in the
game. The game actually remembers where you were last and returns you there
automatically once the game is restarted, and it recalls what areas so far have
been explored. This, coupled with the painless "irritation" failure process,
helps make the game very immersive and a heck of a lot of fun to play."
"The game itself is pure cartoon, drawn in a clean,
attractive style. The design is Nancy and Sluggo crisp, with a Beavis and
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