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A really good game with an appealing story on modern life. It has multiple endings and i loved them all.
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Stories about college have been and always will be BORING! The writing is dreadful. The illustrations are atrocious. There is nothing good about this choose-your-own-time-waster.
This game is just perfect. Combined with images the paragraphs are not too big to read, yet the story is short but sweet. Multiple endings, all of which have their own purpose..
Surely its one of the best, i wish it were part of a competition, i'd want to win it the first prize.
This game feels more tired than anything. There's nothing new about any of it - none of the points of view explored are groundbreaking; everything has been done far better before. The choices are extremely limited and largely unappealing even in a storytelling sense. Prose is weak at best, incredibly bland at worst. I might have given it a 2 star rating, because the author seems to have at least tried, but because of my personal opinions I only gave it 1 star (I hated the art style).
Nevertheless, if you've never played a 'guy does stuff' game... this will probably be new to you? Maybe entertain you for the 45 seconds it takes to play it? There are better offerings out there, though, so I can't really recommend it even on that strength.
|Workday Choices, by PaperBlurt|
Average member rating: (4 ratings)
An ordinary workday, filled with mindless choices one makes to survive until the next day begins. A rat race is never won.
|Alone/Awake, by PaperBlurt|
Average member rating: (7 ratings)
Alone/Awake is a short Twine game, or maybe rather an experiment. A lonely astronaut with almost no oxygen left - striving to survive. Or is it a story about two astronauts on a desolate planet? The astronauts provides us with a warning,...
|Viscura - Origins, by Lee Hulme|
Average member rating: (2 ratings)
Viscura. Mysterious, part-human, genderless, possessed of an inner darkness. This is zir Origin story. A standalone tale within the wider universe known as the Freaks & Geeks Club, play your way through zir first moments of...