Hokay, having warmed up with Zork Zero, it's time for a more thoughtful, less puzzle based IF game. I thought it would be difficult to play on a modern computer but didn't realize that Lost Treasures 2 came on a cdrom, so all I needed was an interpretive program and bam, we're in business! From the manual: In this game we play PRISM (aka Perry Simm), who was programmed by Abraham Perelman. We're newly aware of ourselves as an AI instead of a normal 20 year old, starting out life as an adult. The game itself comes with some short vignettes of Perelman discussing the creation of PRISM and Perry's early life, and a map of the town of Rockvil, South Dakota with a small selection of ads from local businesses. The closest rendition to the map I could find is: Play will involved exploring this town in different simulated time periods and recording items of interest until Perelman has enough data for us to move forward. There's a lot of flexibility in what we do and see, especially after the first decade, so there is a lot of reader input possible in how we proceed. Also note that I haven't played this game in almost two decades, so I don't remember anything. This is going to be very close to playing blind, wee!