> put bread in top slot -or put bread in bottom slot.
> x lever. pull lever. z. z.(+5)
> take toast. e.
> x monkey. give toast to monkey.(+5; toast is buttered)
> w. w.
At Odd Machine
> x machine. x button. x tray.
> put toast on tray.
> push button.(+5. A red sludge is ejected.)
> take toast. eat toast.
*** You have won ***
A swarm of flying toasters is migrating east above the street.
A monkey can be seen through an open window at the dead end.
a rubber egg. It's under your bed. When at Street, throw it at the flying toasters.
a toaster. Acquiring it by kicking the no-longer flying toaster when it's down. Plug it into the socket at the T-junction. Put the bread in it. Turn the dial right repeatedly until it's set to "Normal". Pull the lever and wait a few turns until the toast is made.
CAUTION: If you toast the bread at the toaster's highest setting, the severely-burnt toast will disintegrate, making the game unwinnable.
a piece of bread. You're carrying it. Turn it into toast by: plugging in a toaster at the T-junction; putting the bread into either slot; turning the dial to "Lightly Browned", "Normal", or "Burnt"; then pushing the lever and waiting.
some toast or some burned toast or some lightly browned toast. Give this toast to the monkey. He'll butter it for you and give it back.
some buttered toast. Take it to the odd machine and put the toast on the tray. Push the button. Now the toast has stuff on it.
some toast with stuff on. Finally eat the toast.
In that game you scored your-score out of a possible 25, in some turns.
5 points for bringing a flying toaster down from the sky.
5 points for acquiring a working (but dead) toaster.
5 points for making toast.
5 points for buttering toast.
5 points for putting jam-like stuff on the toast.
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