Originally Posted by ShaggE
Might I add, I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream. The acting is dire, and some of the logic is questionable at best, but it's definitely the type of story that sticks with you.
EDIT: I recommend reading the source material first, as the game acts as a sequel.
Not exactly; it's more like an alternate universe/take on things, kinda like a gaiden game. If you fail miserably at the game, though, it ends in much the same way as in the original novella.
A lot of the "artistic" element to IHNMAIMS (much easier to write, far harder to pronounce) is simply that Cyberdreams worked side by side with the original author of the novella to create this version of his work. The game as a whole primarily spawned from a simple question: why does AM choose these particular five people
Say what you will about the acting, but you can't fault AM's voice - it's Harlan Ellison himself, after all. If you can't find this game anywhere else, Ellison has copies for sale via his website