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All Hail The Spider God is an eerie interactive fiction adventure about You, and all the Yous you've left behind.
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[Time to completion: 15-25 mins]
You play an arachnoid deity, who flails against your environment. Despite your greatness and your manifest ability to manipulate the forces of nature, you have no name; you are incomplete.
You play a high priest, whose devotion slowly becomes undermined by their discontent. Or puns. Itís hard to tell.
This is a game that probably would only work in text. Nelsonís feather-light touch balances comedy and seriousness. Only in his games would you be able to pull off a pun battle in the middle of a Serious Religious Ceremony.
All Hail switches between perspectives, softening the boundaries between the identities of the two PCs. Because who is the Spider God?
AndÖ who are you?
This game is short with some interesting branching. You play as a variety of characters, all of which are tied up with a sort of Spider God manifested in webs and small spiders.
The writing is uneven, varying between creepy and jokey, which causes some disruption when reading. I enjoy this type of story a lot, but it doesn't really distinguish itself from other creepypasta.
Recommended for fans like me of surreal, amnesiatic type games.
|Myriad, by Porpentine|
Average member rating: (22 ratings)
branching outcomes of a fetid day. 115 nodes. suited for treaders, meat-eaters, plant-eaters, students, arthropods, starvers, and victims. inspired by HyperCard shareware adventures packed on cd-roms with 500+ games on them | All The...
|the morning after, by verityvirtue|
Average member rating: (8 ratings)
It's been a long night. We've not had a proper sleep. But we seize this moment of peace. Made for the Tiny Utopias jam.
|Composition in a Minor Key, by Aleks Samoylov|
Average member rating: (4 ratings)
"Composition in a Minor Key" is a surreal interactive story about love, community, loneliness, etc. It boasts roughly 8000 words, and does not contain puzzles, action, or difficult moral choices. There is a small park to explore, seven...