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Men Don't Play With Dolls

by Jordan Leendertsen


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About the Story

Made in Twine, Men Don't Play With Dolls is an intimate and painful look into the beginnings of a lifelong struggle with addiction. Memories like these are not easily escaped.

With atmospheric music and a minimalist presentation, Men Don't Play With Dolls is best consumed in one sitting. For best possible experience, play the game fullscreen with headphones. Game should take no longer than 10 minutes to read.

Game Details

Language: English (en)
First Publication Date: May 19, 2018
Current Version: 1.0
License: Freeware
Development System: Twine
Forgiveness Rating: Merciful
IFID: 7EC1A313-C5CF-4F3A-BAD3-F8C9B7054550
TUID: 29gabii9u8mttm0w


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Disturbing But In A Good Way, May 24, 2018

It's difficult to put into words really how this made me feel, or what I even through of it, other than saying it's definitely worth reading.

It feels as if the story/game involves you directly, like you're in some kind of strange conversation with someone you don't know personally but do and soon enough you know them on a disturbingly intimate level. At first I thought the story was forcing me to assume the role of a psychiatrist but towards the end I felt as if I were the Devil. Obsession and paranoia all wrapped up into one, it's an interesting look into someone's potential state of mind.

The story is categorised within the genre of 'horror', now I'm not sure if it's fear I felt but it was certainly discomforting in a satisfying sort of way. Although it's all dependent on the individual; this story game plays into all of my discomforts. Especially religious paranoia.

Side Note: Music was perfect. Definitely helped with the atmosphere.

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