Child's Play

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

Section 11 - Behind the Loveseat

Behind the Loveseat is west of the North End of Loveseat. "Back here is the back of the loveseat casting a shadow over you, it is kind of cold. You can go south and east. You could go west but there is totally a door in your way. You could go north in the hall but there is a baby gate in the way there." The faraway descriptor is "behind the loveseat".

Instead of going north in Behind the Loveseat when the plastic gate is in the Behind the Loveseat, say "That baby gate is completely in your way."

The shadow is scenery in Behind the Loveseat. The description is "The shadow makes you all cold."

The front door is scenery in Behind the Loveseat. The description is "It is big and wood and goes outside." Instead of going west in Behind the Loveseat, say "The front door is all in your way." Instead of opening or closing or pushing or pulling the front door, say "You can open and close some things but not people-sized doors."

The back loveseat is a backdrop. It is in Behind the Loveseat and By the Cabinet. Understand "pink" or "striped" or "seat" as the back loveseat. The description is "Pink and striped and very tall above you." Instead of upstanding using the back loveseat, say "You try but the back is all slick and you totally cannot get enough grip to pull up back here."

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