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First thing; there's hints in the readme, in the style of Infocom's old InvisiClues. Second thing; this thing is meant to work with Python 3.4, and requires Pygame and Pygcurse. Pygame you probably already have, and Pygcurse is on pip, so you should be fine.

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I was running it fine at first, now all of a sudden the level intro text doesn't show and I am getting a crash every time I try to bring up the console.

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "", line 174, in 
  File "", line 79, in update
  File "/home/ahalstead/Downloads/pyweek_19_entries/Injection/src/", line 117, in update
  File "/home/ahalstead/Downloads/pyweek_19_entries/Injection/src/", line 72, in update
  File "/home/ahalstead/Downloads/pyweek_19_entries/Injection/src/", line 77, in interact
    line = self.raw_input(prompt)
  File "/home/ahalstead/Downloads/pyweek_19_entries/Injection/src/", line 33, in raw_input
    return self.pygwindow.input(prompt)
  File "/usr/local/lib/python3.4/dist-packages/pygcurse/", line 253, in input
    self.inputcursor = inputObj.startx, inputObj.starty
  File "/usr/local/lib/python3.4/dist-packages/pygcurse/", line 1411, in _propsetinputcursor
    self._repaintcell(self._inputcursorx, self._inputcursory) # blank out the old cursor position
  File "/usr/local/lib/python3.4/dist-packages/pygcurse/", line 484, in _repaintcell
    self._surfaceobj.fill(cellbgcolor, cellrect)
pygame.error: display Surface quit

Weird huh? I had to delete everything and re-extract your files to get it to run again. Anyway I dunno why that is happening, cool game nonetheless.
Curiouser and curiouser. That happened to me too; maybe it has something to do with the recent Windows update?