Title Corruption Game Type Adventure Publisher ? Players 1 Compatibility ? HD Installable Yes? Submission Ivan Pongrac Review "Ah well, another simple text based adventure", I thought as I saw "Corruption" for the first time, back in the days when I had an Amiga. But already on my first serious attempt to play this game it revealed that it was fundamentally different to other games of the genre I had played up to this date (e.g. "The Pawn" or "The Guild of Thieves") ... Placed in an "in-people" kind of world, with offices and expensive cars, the tale begins with you just having got a new job at a business company. As you examine your surroundings you find out that there's something very wrong with the company you're working for and especially with your boss. There seems to be a conspiracy against you, and if you don't do anything about it, you will be killed. Prepare to die often and to die abruptly in "Corruption". This may become a little annoying (I remember it took me ages to find out how to leave the hospital alive!), but there's always a (logical) solution, of course. What impressed me most was the powerful text-parser. It was great fun for example trying to kiss my secretary or doing any strange and silly things; the parser always had an appropriate and funny response. I never managed to win "Corruption", but one of my friends did, and after he showed me the solution I wondered why I didn't have the right idea to solve this or that. If you like using your brains and if you like big-city atmosphere with intrigues and mistrust everywhere, "Corruption" might be a game for you.