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COME INTO THE CAVE, DOLORES. NOTHING BAD EVER HAPPENED IN A CAVE.
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This was an interesting game.
You find yourself in a cave in a branching sort of exploration/conversation.
On my first play through, I ended it fairly quickly, and I wasn't too impressed. It seemed like a faintly cheesy sort of Halloween story.
But on my second play through, I encountered much more text, and the game became much more developed, with compelling issues and questions together with a nice puzzle.
Overall, I recommend it for fans of horror.
The atmosphere is really creepy and memorable. I especially enjoyed the strong voice of the antagonist. The interactions between them and the protagonist were really fun.
Breathtaking!, November 28, 2018
I've played this game at 1 a.m. and it scared the hell out of me. I was completely taken by the words of the "antagonist" of the game.
I've played it with my friends 5 times until I got the ending I wanted!
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