Child's Play

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

Chapter 5 - Gnawing and Chewing, Which Allow Babies to Chew On Things

Section 1 - The Gnawing Relation and Dampness

Gnawing relates one thing to one thing. The verb to gnaw (he gnaws, they gnaw, it is gnawed, he is gnawing) implies the gnawing relation.

A thing is either damp or dry. A thing is usually dry. A thing can be chewable. A thing is usually chewable. A person is usually not chewable.

After printing the description of a damp thing: say "It is all damp from being chewed. [run paragraph on]"

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