unwinnable

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un- +‎ winnable

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unwinnable (not comparable)

  1. Unable to be won.
    • 2007, Jeremy Douglass, Command Lines (page 88)
      The “Zarfian Cruelty Scale” rates games as Merciful, Polite, Tough, Nasty, or Cruel. The scale describes how works of IF become unwinnable, especially how and when the interactor (here a player, and one trying to win) learns this.

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