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About the Story

Relato interactivo de terror.

La noche de halloween es la elegida.
Debes matar a Rodrigo, y tiene que ser esta noche.


Relato de ficción interactiva en la que no tienes que teclear, sino pulsar en los iconos de las acciones.


Este relato fue creado para la EctoComp 2022, en la categoría de aventuras hechas en más de cuatro horas.

Game Details

Language: Castilian (es)
First Publication Date: October 31, 2022
Current Version: Unknown
IFID: Unknown
TUID: f39v0fd6qxj6g0f


3rd Place, Le Grand Guignol - Spanish - ECTOCOMP 2022


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A cool custom engine used for a creepy murder game, November 2, 2022
by MathBrush
Related reviews: 15-30 minutes

This game was interesting. I thought it was Twine, but it seems like a custom engine made by the author on github. It has regular links but includes a row of buttons for common actions like dropping, pushing, attacking, opening, etc.

The game has a world model with several locations and items and NPCs in them. You start with a dramatic opening: a note to yourself saying that you must kill Rodrigo.

The story is interesting and is based on a scene from a movie that left a deep impression on the author, but I wonder if it isn't a perfect fit for the UI here. I had trouble figuring out how to use a bank card to pay for food, for instance; do I click on the card itself? Open the card? Attack the card? Similarly, there were a lot of background red-herring items that had no real story use.

I felt like the story got progressively creepier, and the ending was impactful (literally). The engine overall seems very solid; I could see it working great in a larger game that was more puzzle-based.

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