go west YOU FELL INTO A PIT AND BROKE EVERY BONE IN YOUR BODY! The ultimate goal is to earn the maximum amount of points (350 points), which partially correlates to finding all the treasures in the game and safely leaving the cave.
Following his divorce from Pat in 1975, Crowther wanted to connect better with his daughters, and decided a computerized simulation of his cave explorations with elements of his role-playing games would help.
When a player gets close or attacks the Lost Girl, she transforms and attacks as the Nymph, a dangerous enemy that deals high damage (for a pre-Hardmode enemy).
The Lost Girl is immune to the Confused debuff, though the transformed Nymph isn't.
Players earn predetermined points for acquiring treasure and escaping the cave alive, with the goal to earn the maximum amount of points offered.
Internet searches have not turned anything up, so I thought maybe SF&F might be able to help.
These could be records from label "The Children's Record Guild".
When I was a kid, we still had my mother's 78 rpm record player and her collections of childrens' albums from her own childhood in the 1950s.
There were a lot of old 10-inch records with it, but there were a few two-record sets that made particular impressions on me.
He created a means by which the game could be controlled through natural language input so that it would be "a thing that gave you the illusion anyway that you'd typed in English commands and it did what you said".