All Hail the Spider God

by Nelson

Horror
2016

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
You and all the Yous you've left behind, August 31, 2018
by verityvirtue (London)

[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?


- Wei Yuan Lee, December 10, 2016

- Danielle (The Wild West), September 21, 2016

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
A brief surreal Spider horror game, August 20, 2016

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.


- Hanon Ondricek (United States), August 12, 2016


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