When in Rome 2: Far from Home

Emily Short

Release 1

Manhattan, 1954.

You have just been brought on to do some special work for the Office of Alien Protocol. No one can know the truth -- that there are little green men on Earth. And blue. And purple. Even your mother thinks you've set yourself up as a Private Investigator.

The rest of the secret had better stay between you, your secretary Esther, and your autographed photo of Joe DiMaggio.

When in Rome is designed as a lunchtime game: there are five episodes, each of which may be played to a conclusion within about fifteen minutes, requiring no saves. A player may also try this episode several times if he wishes, as the puzzles are partially randomized.

When in Rome 2: Far from Home was created with Inform and has IFID 39B69468-79E1-4DF7-B342-F846EF7315B0. To play a work like this one, you need an interpreter program: many are available, among them Zoom for Mac OS X and for Unix; Windows Frotz or Windows Glulxe for Windows.