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About the Story
You've been driving for hours and time is running out as night begins to fall. In the back seat, a boy writhes in pain with every passing minute. The city lights have faded and the woods grow thick and all that's left for you is to navigate a ritual aimed just as much to help the boy as to save you from a fate far worse.
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This is a fairly-well put together Twine game with background sounds. You are driving down a road late at night, and you need to abandon your child in the woods.
The writing was descriptive and the game was fairly polished, but it felt a little short for the heavy themes being developed, and many choices lead to early deaths, making it more of a gauntlet structure.
As a small, self-contained Twine game, though, I think it's successful. Maybe I just wanted a longer and more involved version of the same story?
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