The nightmare begins in a hotel room in midtown Manhattan. As you take stock of the situation you realize that you have no clothes and no money, and worse still, your memory seems to have been replaced with an unyielding dense fog. But this much you do know: Manhattan is jungle enough under the best of circumstances. Putting it simply, if you don't soon discover who you are and what you're doing, you will surely come to an untimely demise. Or worse. Your destiny is completely in your hands . . . Suppose you find yourself in Times Square at midnight and you are approached by a gun-toting mugger. You can try to reason with him, or simply fight, or even take his gun and throw it in the gargabe can and say "your mama" and then run. But where can you run to? And where will you find food, money, or shelter? Gather your wits. You may find puzzling clues to your identity among the byways, landmarks, and characters of New York City. You may even run into Thomas M. Disch himself as you attempt to untangle the threads of your pre-amnesic existence.
Hitcockian in its intricacy and dark humor, Amnesia will take you on a journey you'll never forget.
You wake up in a hotel room in midtown Manhattan with no clothes and no money, and worse still, you have lost your memory. Who are you?
This Electronic Arts text adventure includes a Street and Subway Map to Manhattan (which is handy since the game has close to 4000 separate locations!) and The X-Street Indexer (a code wheel for finding the nearest cross street when aligning the avenue name with the street address number).
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