In this short surreal game, wormwood has contaminated the world's water supply. Death and disarray are everywhere as agents, both good and bad, travel throughout time to promote their faction's survival. Even normal geography no longer makes sense. You are Legba, agent L. Your new mission is to recover the preserved head of Michael J. Roberts from the Nazis.
This solution is by David Welbourn, and is based on Release 1 of the game.
> x fish. talk to fish. talk to agent. pull fish. go.
> x helmet. take it. go.
> x pedestal. x head. talk to head.
> take head.
*** You have died You have died ***
> put helmet on pedestal. take head. go.
> x bed. x bell. x note. go. ring bell. g. g. g. g. g. g.
> x god. talk to god. go.
> x bowl. take it. go.
> give bowl to god.
*** You have won You have won ***
L, also known as Legba, is the player-character, an agent still working for the good of the world.
D is your boss at the bureau. He gives you your mission.
Michael Roberts invented the top secret programming language T7. You need to recover his cryogenically preserved head.
Nazis are your foes in this mission.
A Mossad agent meets you in a small cafe. He's from the future to assist you.
Dagon, the fish god, floats in a courtyard's pool.
E, a female agent, steals the head from you.
A doorman finally answers your bell-ringing and takes you to the street.
Mexican soldiers fill the street. Their general, Santa Anna, can be heard nearby.
Huitzilopochtli, the Aztec god, is on the street encouraging the Mexican soldiers.
a plain note. You're carrying it. It's from D. Read it to learn your mission. The note vanishes after you read it.
a helmet. It's in the Nazi fortress. Put it on the pedestal in the laboratory before taking the head.
the disembodied head of MJR. It's on a pedestal in the laboratory. To safely take it, put the helmet on the pedestal first. E will steal the head when you return to the fortress with it.
a flowery note. It's in the messy bedroom. It's from E. Read it. This note also vanishes.
a sacrificial bowl. It's in the alley. Give it to the god, Huitzilopochtli.
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