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A short jaunt about transitions. Written as a very self-indulgent piece for my friends, and as practice with Twine. First completed work using Twine.
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This is a mid-length twine game written for a bunch of friends with some in-jokes. That type of game is usually very boring and/or poorly written.
But this game is actually very good; the writing is extremely creative. There are about 7 people whose lives you can influence with yes/no answers, presumably drawn from the author's friends. The true ending is poignant.
A great portrait of friendship.
This is a very interesting use of the interactive fiction genre. The author did a great job of telling the stories and the pacing was spot on. I wish there had been a few more meaningful choices within each sub-story and I wish the ending had been a little more thoughtful but I really liked the way the author played with the tools of the genre.
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When the monks took me, aged six months, into their care, they named me Wren. Maybe because I was small, insignificant, and happy to eat any crumbs they threw my way. But these days I'm Wren, 2nd Assistant Clock Polisher; and that's a...