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While the game isn't available for download from the author's website (to keep from stressing it), it should remain available on his homepage, and you can download it from the IF Archive link below.
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Contains Threads of Magic and Memory
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Threads of Magic and Memory

by C.J. Wilson profile and Chad Finch


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About the Story

"Threads of Magic and Memory" is a character-driven interactive fiction game which follows an old warrior named Adisa as she explores a mind-and-reality-warping dungeon in the hopes of forgetting her past. As you unravel her extremely complicated past, you’ll explore a dungeon that bends the rules of reality, use magic built of threads that weave through the air, and meet a small cast of engaging characters while analyzing themes of trauma and guilt, with a touch of horror thrown into the mix.

The story is more emotion and character-focused than gameplay-oriented, though it should still provide the split decisions and branching paths that make interactive storytelling so special. Play-times should average 30 minutes, depending upon your choices and reading speed. The programmer threw in a couple of neat technical tricks that should catch your eye, too.

"Threads of Magic and Memory" was developed in Twine Harlowe.

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