So I dug out the old SE which I got new in 1987 and have been dragging around from house to house, because my kid wanted to play Zork, which apparently is now of interest to the 14-year-old set.
Anyway, the little thing started right up and actually still remembers the date (!!!) and works great. These guys have soldered-on batteries, as I recall. The startup noises of the old 20M hard drive bring back memories, that's for sure.
You are in a twisty maze of passages, all alike.
P.S. Any of you who remember (or are a fan of) games/movies from the 1980s need to read the book "Ready Player One" which is great.
P.P.S The screen is still in excellent shape--no burn in--because I actually had a paid-for version of 'Pyro' as a screensaver.