This felt less as a game, and more like a pedagogical exercise. The way through it is linear and underway, the player is met with quotes relevant to game theory that shines light on the purpose of what they are doing or just did. As such, there are no real puzzles here, though I’m sure many will appreciate the IF meta-perspectives laid out in this manner.
The mechanics were a bit too unpolished for my taste. Most things listed cannot be examined, and some of the verbs needed to advance were impossible for me to guess. However, in this case, using the walkthrough didn’t really spoil anything.
Porter Cave Adventure is a neat way of explaining game concepts, but don’t expect an immersive game experience.