interactive fiction, caves, bodily function reference
interactive fiction games that don't exist but that I'd like to play, after reviewing http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/001/2/000009/000009.html by Dennis Jerz:
* A game about "the Bedquilt Rinky-Dink," where your expedition goes out to search for the Bedquilt entrance but can't find it ("the real cave was the friends we made along the way")
* An actual realistic caving simulator where you have to pack in and out carbide, food, water, a bottle for your own urine, etc
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