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All the audience are wearing masks, hoods, veils, vizards, or vestments in order to preserve anonymity.
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Very well written, atmospheric short story about a weird ritual and a harrowing underworld. It gives the impression of having been made specifically for Ryan Veeder (which was the brief of the RV Expo, after all) but, as someone who is not Ryan Veeder, I enjoyed it too.
In this entry in the Veeder Exposition, you hear the story of the Veeder, a person with enigmatic power and status.
This game is in Twine with nice graphics. The interactivity comes in by shuffling through a series of replacements for a word or two in a sentence, then moving forward. Sometimes the choice of words influences the story.
The game made me smile, especially with its use and misuse of the word Veeder. And the imagery was poetic and beautiful at times.
Overall, though, it didn't really grab me emotionally, and I wished for more depth in the interaction.
|Damnatio Memoriae, by Emily Short|
Average member rating: (53 ratings)
14 AD. Agrippa Postumus, grandson of the recently-deceased Augustus, tries to avoid death at the hands of the next emperor, Tiberius. At his disposal: a couple of old manuscripts, a lamp, and a recalcitrant slave. And a powerful...
Three More Visitors , by Paul Stanley
Average member rating: (10 ratings)
Christmas Eve! You tell Bob to go home early; tidy up a little, and lock up the office shortly after four. You look on the old brass plate, which still reads “Scrooge & Marley”, probably for the last time. After visiting the engravers to...
|Masquerade, by Kathleen M. Fischer|
Average member rating: (31 ratings)
"You walk purposefully down the sidewalk, looking neither left nor right. You don't need to look; you can tell you are being watched from whispers overheard as you pass by. "Poor Amelia..." you hear somebody say. Poor Amelia, indeed. You...