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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.
The dialogue is on point, and a variety of replies are offered. And as a bonus, the game's beautifully formatted.
If you like your horror on the tense, bad-choice-worse-choice Freaky McCreeperson side, you'll get a kick out of this.
|Quintessence, by Andrea M. Pawley|
Average member rating: (10 ratings)
The Forever Cat stalks through this universe, collapsing it when the Others come close or shiny objects are too far apart. Will you end the Forever Cat's destructive cycle and help this universe's quanta join the multiverse?
|~~~Into Darkness~~~, by Jac Colvin|
Average member rating: (3 ratings)
Straying into the dark is easy, returning is far harder.
|Silicon and Cells, by Nic Barkdull and Matthew Borgard|
Average member rating: (5 ratings)
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