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"Un androïde se remet en marche après ce qui semble être des millénaires. Autour de lui tout
Entrant - French Comp 2021
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In this French comp game, you are a robot that wakes up to be greeted by a cute little helper-AI that has a little emoji face.
In this Moiki game (a relatively new and complex engine for choice games), you have to explore everything around you to see if you can be repaired and fixed, as you are close to dying.
Everything you see, though, is rendered in poetic language, as someone has hacked you. A supermarket becomes a body, where you explore the heart, the colon, etc. and a repair shop has become a church.
I probably missed a lot of figurative language due to not being a native speaker, but the concept and execution worked really well. It can be gross at times, but is more often funny or charming. Great game.
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