Mar. 14th, 2011

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So, WAAAAAAAAAAY back in the dawn of time, I acquired what is now considered basically the worst PowerMac ever, a Performa 6214. I didn't care, since it was a huge step up from my Mac Plus and had a CD-ROM drive, so I could play games like Myst and Marathon.

At some point I acquired a CD-ROM with some kind of puzzle-game-like thing. It wasn't very puzzley-- it was actually sort of an interactive environment. It wasn't actually very good, either, although I may have missed the point.

As I recall, it had some kind of rudimentary rendered graphics, and took place, at least in the start, in a train station. It was created by a Japanese guy, and, uh... That's as far as I get. Train station, probably a train, interactive. CD-ROM. Early 90's.

I have been totally unable to find it using the various web search tools at my command, and thus I turn to the collective knowledge of you, my mighty friends and acquaintances.

It is _not_ "The Last Express." That's about as far as I get...

ETA:

It was "Gadget":

http://tap-repeatedly.com/Reviews/Gadget/Gadget.shtml

http://www.mrbillsadventureland.com/reviews/g-h/gadgetR/gadgetR.htm

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