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Life as a cat
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Life as a cat

by waffle0eater


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(based on 2 ratings)
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About the Story

(this is the first text game i made.. so trying this out, I don't really know much about all these.. so yea, it may not be a great game, but I'm only practicing)

This short story is about you going to an new adult life as a cat, there may be choices you have to make.

This game has multiple endings. Tell me your ending on the comments!

(writing and artwork from me)

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Cute Idea Horribly Obscured By Poor Implementation, February 28, 2014

It's a cute idea with cute art that would be perfect to share with kids if it weren't written in near gibberish. It's obvious the author enjoyed writing it and knew what he was trying to say, and plot events happen in a logical way, which actually makes the butchering of the English language far more frustrating that it would be otherwise.

Mistakes like "unfortionatly" and sentences like "You went in and saw the creature with some kind of sharp thing making a hole in the glass, then put some beautiful jewelries in the sack! but you sack the sack has a cat picture on it, and you thought, it must be for me!" show the author wasn't even trying.

Technical implementation is equally terrible but at least it's simple -- directions are used for all but a few objects ("go down to push the button", for example). This should have been written as a CYOA.

To the author; please, please find a more suitable system (have you looked at Twine?), proofread it, get someone else to proofread it (twice), and make this the game it should be.

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