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A man wanders the streets of Paris after a personal tragedy.
Entrant, Main Festival - Spring Thing 2018
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The Imposter uses Windrift’s mutable text to create a rhythm, and the prose flows with an easy rhythm. The distortion of the everyday added to the feeling of disorientation pervasive throughout this piece. The Imposter is dynamic fiction, and of a kind particularly well-suited to Windrift - a pleasure to read.
If you enjoyed this, you might like Patrick, by michael lutz.
This is the first game to use Liza Daly's windrift system besides her own.
I found the writing in this game to be sharp and evocative; I loved it, and might nominate this for best writing of 2018 when that time comes around.
It's very short, and the interactivity is quite limited, but the visuals are placed very well, and the styling and writing come together in a really pleasing way.
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