Monday, August 31, 2009


How did we have so many Sci-Fi and Bureaucracy Mondays and miss writing about the Douglas Adam's game Bureaucracy? It came out in 1987 so its doubtful you can get a copy and/or run it on your current machine (the faster cpu might actually make it an efficient Bureaucracy and as Clean Gene warned us, the last thing you want is an efficient bureaucracy). To make up for that I found you some description and screen shots, so you can just pretend you're playing.

1 comment:

  1. It's an Infocom game, so yes, you can run it on your current machine -- Infocom wrote their games using a cross-platform interpreter, and there are Z-code interpreters now for all major computing platforms (Linux, Mac, Windows). Whether you can *legally* run it on your current machines is a different story... Activision "officially" owns the copyright on these things, and isn't selling them, though the actual Z-code game files are floating around the Internets.

    - Badtux the Geeky Penguin