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Milliseconds of Romance

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About the Story

A simple automaton learns to embrace new experiences, during the downfall of its own kind.

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Entrant - Smoochie Jam 2024


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From Data with Love, March 5, 2024
by manonamora
Related reviews: smoochiejam

Milliseconds of Romance is a short Twine romance story where you play as a Tresys, some sort of Artificial Intelligence, a good one, that follows its directive, handling data and learning from them, ever so growing in hopes to get rewarded for it (because you are a good Tresys). Set in the close future of 2057, spanning less than a second, at the dawn of its kind’s collapse, YOU receive a strange data package, that might change how you see things…

Behind the metaphors and the technical writing of the system, emerges a sweet story of two individuals finding each other, trying to find their footing in that strange dance of data mangling. Your partner’s voice is inviting, and weirdly human-like, teasing you to escape your comfort zone to experience the wonders of the unknown, playing against your timidity and controlled ways. I liked how even in the short span of the story, you grow and get more assurance in your actions, interested in seeing what’s out there. You know, getting out of your shell.

The game also includes 5 endings, all of which are pretty easy to get. The BEST ending had me giggling like a schoolgirl.

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