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About the Story
Young love in the Lonely Valley.
Nominee, Best Puzzles; Nominee, Best Use of Innovation - 2020 XYZZY Awards
Best in Show; Audience Choice, Main Festival - Spring Thing 2020
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This is a twine-based game with an ASCII map where you leave little footprints as you travel across the map.
This is food-based horror, a theme that occurs fairly regularly in Groover's repertoire. But it's a bit different this time. This time, you are food: you're jelly, and you're crossing the landscape, trying to get ready for a picnic, and trying to understand what was lost.
It's a live-die-repeat game, where you have limited turns to accomplish your goal. Surprisingly, your actions before death linger, letting you make lasting changes to the landscape.
It's gross, with flayings, immolations, and a lot of devouring, but it's definitely not the grossest Groover game you've ever played.
The final puzzle was beyond me (I didn't realize a certain ordering was different than I thought), but the copious hints smoothed that over.
Weird, and fun.
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