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About the Story
Making our morning cup of coffee is, for many of us, ritualistic; it's a pattern we often choose not to end, whether because we are unwilling or unable to. Morning Rituals explores what might happen if we don't break free from that--or the consequences of succeeding.
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I loved the music. It did a great job of setting the mood without going too ham, A+
I'm still actively trying to understand this game as a whole, which is definitely a pro. And the interface/ use of mundane tasks to create theme was fantastic. Thematically this game is great.
My only critiques against this work are two: the actual story is a little too straightforward (Spoiler - click to show) You get a coffee machine, fiddle with the settings, drink coffee, work, drink coffee, work, follow the instructions of a haunted keurig, sacrifice a woman to it, and drink more coffee, </spoilers> there aren't really any strong characters or interesting dynamics except the ones you. It feels too simplistic, I feel like it could've gotten weirder or more complex
A short and simple tale, varying depending on your actions. Strong presentation helps the interesting concept to work a lot, and as your actions repeat the changes build up nicely.
Not overly complex, but well-crafted for a short experience.
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