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Fergus Duniho wrote on 2017-04-01 UTC

In preparation to organizing this site around games, I am doing some weeding and cleaning up. This game used to be spread across multiple pages. But including the full description of a game on a single page is best. This is more convenient for the reader, and it will make it easier to oraganize around games if each game is described on a single page. So I combined all the pages describing this game into a single page, deleted bare links to the other pages, changed relative links to these pages to relative links to this page, fixed some broken links, moved comments for the other pages to this page, and gave the correct path for the global.css file.

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