Member since January 8, 2020
Last visited May 19, 2022
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Technically, I've been playing interactive fiction since I was a kid, having been obsessed with "The Uncle Who Worked for Nintendo" and "Alter Ego". But if you want to know how long I've been playing it quite frequently (and making it) that would be a few years.
My ratings tend to go like this:
5 stars: this rating is pretty much exclusive to my favourites. Such games don't have to perfect, just a favourite (which generally means it's really awesome).
4 stars: this rating is given to games I enjoy but aren't quite favourites. Potentially this could be due to a flaw that bothered me or just not finding it to be to my taste.
3 stars: generally, this is lowest the rating I give. It tends to mean one of two things. I might have liked the game, but it needs a fair bit of work. Or I don't feel like I'll remember it.
1 or 2 stars: I don't tend to rate games 1 or 2 stars, as I don't tend to finish games that I'd rate in such a way (as a university student I'm often rather busy).
|You Couldn't Have Done That, by Ann Hugo (2020)|
Your first day on the job wasn't going to be pleasant. Such was inevitable. It's a big change. And, you are autistic. But this was a different story, far worse than unpleasant.
|Days with Shaylin, by Ann Hugo (2020)|
This game provides a glimpse into Shaylin's day to day life. Shaylin is autistic. She deals with sensory processing issues, social difficulties, and sometimes she finds herself in a state of...
|The Island, by Ann Hugo (2019)|
When you, a ten year old called Sam, fell into the ocean you expected to drown. Instead you find yourself on an island that's nothing like where you came from. The forests are vibrant, there's...