WOODEN CAT vs. ROBOT MONKEY is a Z-machine interactive fiction game written with Inform 6 and is © 2001 by Sam Thursfield. It was a participant in the Speed-IF −1 event.
In this tiny game, you play as a private detective and inventor. You've sent your robot monkey out on a mission and it's returned chasing a sorry-looking wooden cat down a railway line to your office and workshop.
This solution is by David Welbourn, and is based on Release 1 of the game.
> stand. d. n.
> x line. x monkey. x cat. open cat. s.
> x monkey. x transporter.
> look. x junk. search junk. g. x banana. give banana to monkey. u.
> x chair. x whiteboard. z. z. z. d.
> stand on transporter.
> x baby. take baby.
> i. n.
> put baby in cat.
*** You have won ***
This walkthrough is provided free of charge since I wrote this walkthrough prior to January 2015 when I began my Patreon account, and also because the work it's based on has less than fifteen locations (so I wouldn't have charged for it anyway). I've since reformatted this walkthrough to use my currently preferred style. I hope you enjoy it!
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