Sam and Leo Go To The Bodega

by Richard Goodness profile

2013

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Gentle, misunderstood, February 28, 2014
by Jonas Kyratzes (The Lands of Dream)

Most of the previous Twine games by Richard Goodness are harshly satirical in nature; one could almost call them anti-Twine games. So it may be easy to misread Sam and Leo as some kind of rude (stoner) comedy, when in fact it's a surprisingly gentle story, full of genuine warmth for its protagonists. The fact that nothing extraordinary happens is part of the point: it's a glimpse into the lives of these ordinary, flawed, beautiful human beings, driven by the narrator's compassion and love (rather than pity or outrage).


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namekuseijin, February 28, 2014 - Reply
"one could almost call them anti-Twine games"

oh, I just call them no-games. Just finished it after quite a few clicking.

Funny thing is that I didn't even need to read anything at all.
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