Child's Play

An interactive fiction by Stephen Granade (2007) - the Inform 7 source text

Section 5 - South End of Loveseat

The South End of Loveseat is south of the North End of Loveseat and southwest of By the Rocking Chair. "This is the south end of the loveseat, there is more loveseat to the north and a big play area to the east and to the south is the couch that is bigger than the loveseat." The printed name is "Loveseat at the South". The faraway descriptor is "by the south end of the loveseat".

The south pink striped loveseat is furniture in the South End of Loveseat. It is not room-mentioning, scenery and suitable for cruising. The description of the south pink striped loveseat is "The loveseat is pink and striped and tastes funny if you lick it. This is the south part of it."

Instead of tasting the south pink striped loveseat, say "It has this funny zing to it like dust or stale cheerios."

The rattly car is a pushable between rooms small thing in the south end of loveseat. The description of the rattly car is "It is all rattly, I guess that makes it more fun or something." Instead of pushing the rattly car, say "You push it and it rolls and rattles some." Instead of waving the rattly car, say "It goes rattle rattle."

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