In videogames, you - the player - are always on the outside, looking in. You're using an input device to make things happen on the screen. Code 7, a fully voiced text adventure, puts your player character in exactly the same position, mirroring your own experience. It's a somewhat strange setup which only ever works in this very medium. Fascinating!
But I digress. In Code 7, you're playing as one member of a team investigating the radio silence on a space station. After what seems like a crash landing, you're separated from your partner Sam. The only means of interacting with her and the station is via computer terminal. Using the terminal, you have to help Sam navigate the station and uncover what happened in the process.