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About the Story
Oh no! Young Polly has been transported to a strange, magical land by an evil wizard. Help her get back home in this Twine adventure! This game was designed as a young player's first introduction to hypertext interactive fiction, but has a story that's sure to charm readers of all ages. It's around 40,000 words, but is split up into good-sized chapters, and a save feature to mark your place when you need to stop reading. Enjoy!
29th Place - 23rd Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2017)
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I could see myself picking this book up and reading it in the library. You play as an orphan who gets sucked into another world by a mysterious stranger.
This other world is an Oz-like fantasy world that is creatively engineered. A long story plays out.
There's not much interactivity to speak of, though there are options scattered throughout. But I liked this; it reminded me of 'pulpy' kids books that I read when I was a teenager, like Deltora quest.
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