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L'homme-taupe

by Leo Henry

Slice of life
2018

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About the Story

Work and life of a famous irish excentric, the Mole Man, who excavated under his victorian house, like a mole. Leo Henry plays with the meaning of "passage" in a Twine game to reflect on outsider art and hypertext as well.


Game Details

Language: French (fr)
First Publication Date: October 28, 2018
Current Version: Unknown
License: Freeware
Development System: Twine
Forgiveness Rating: Merciful
IFID: 258566288F3C23AEE24F44AFC68CE0F2
TUID: ecqq75z6bhsyk8c4

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