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Blackout Crysis, by Giggling_Kiste
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The Dead House, by Dark Forest Media
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Tommy, by Tim Samoff & 7yo son
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Eidolon GGJ2016, by Austin M Jones
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Four Sittings in a Sinking House, by Bruno Dias
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The Brigand's Story, by Laura Michet
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Psychomanteum, by Hanon Ondricek

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
A short, but original&effective minimalist tale, January 2, 2017

This author really knows how to use minimalism to create an atmosphere of the eerie & the liminal...
A short piece with a novel concept, it features a limited environment but a very well implemented one, used to heighten the tension. Effectively written, and with several endings depending on what is done.


Light into Darkness, by Christina Nordlander
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To The Wolves, by Els White

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A girl who escapes to the forest and the wolves, December 20, 2016

The story actually branches a fair bit, though some branches are much harder to find, and there's a lot of scope in different things you can try, as some of the achievements show. I played several times to try different options & didn't encounter any missing paragraphs or errors on my playthroughs...

I found the story quite tight, with every event contributing to the greater storyline; and there are a number of ways the finale can play out.


The Dead: A Story, by John Leo
Thoughtful and touching, December 19, 2016

A simple setup that turns out to be a surprisingly thoughtful and touching story, as long as you don't mind stories in mysterious cultures you won't fully understand; rewards attention to detail.



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