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About the Story
You didn't die in that [REDACTED]. But the fate in store for you makes you wish you had.
62nd Place - 25th Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2019)
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This game is currently broken. I don't think it will always be that way, and I'd be happy to change my review if that changes.
You play as a character who experiences a life-changing event that results in the implantation of an alien presence. You shift back and forth between a real world and an alien, and between linear parts and puzzle parts.
There is some strong language. I'm loving the storyline here and would love to see this fixed.
The author has made several improvements, although it's not perfect. I completed all three chapters this time, and I really felt a connection with the author. The feeling of impending doom that cannot be escape is truly a relatable feeling after I faced a difficult job search this year.
I love dark, psychological/surreal settings, and this story called to me. Some small things still need tweaking, however.
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