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About the Story
We are surrounded with faces. The ones of the people around us and the ones we carry with ourselves.
Entrant, Main Festival - Spring Thing 2018
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I found this short horror story compelling. You are someone, somewhere, intentionally vague, and you have a knack for finding faces on things.
The game is more than just that, of course, but I found it compelling, especially with the multimedia.
I don't want to say too much about it, because experiencing it all is the point. I wasn't satisfied with the conclusions of the piece though, even after experimentation. But that's something that's due to personal taste.
This has nothing to do with my rating or even something I think the author should do, but I wish the game had included a gallery of found faces. But I can satisfy that interest by my own searches. I like this game.
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Average member rating: (2 ratings)
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