Byzantine Perspective

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IF Comp 2009
9th of 24
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XYZZY Awards 2009
Best Individual Puzzle
Byzantine Perspective
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Author(s) Lea Albaugh
Publisher(s) n/a
Release date(s) 01-Oct-2009
Authoring system Inform 7
Platform(s) Z-code
Language(s) English
License(s) Freeware
Color effects none
Graphics none
Sound/Music none
Cruelty scale Polite

How It Begins

You are an art student and almost a thief. You've snuck into the Byzantine hall of the Museum to steal a gem-encrusted golden chalice which you can see on its plinth before you. You're wearing a cat burglar suit and some borrowed high-tech night-vision goggles. You're carrying a multitool and a scrap of paper.

This should be simple. Just nab the chalice.

Trivia and Comments

  • "Byzantine perspective", also known as reverse perspective, is an art term that refers to a type of perspective drawing style where the vanishing point appears to be in front of the painting. In Byzantine perspective, distant things appear larger, and nearby things appear smaller.


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