Level 9 published 20 games, and were in one way or the other connected to a number of other games. This extraordinary feat makes them the second largest text adventure company right after Infocom.
Their games featured a decent parser with a dictionary of sometimes 1000 words and more, making them the most advanced adventure games ever available on tape.
Games uses an advanced command language interpreter that understands both simple one or two word commands and complex multiple command sentences. Read section "Library/About/How to play" in program to more info.
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