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About the Story
Your cooperatively owned soccer team begins on the sixth level of the pyramid of English football. Can you reach the top of the Premier League and also smash crony capitalism at the same time?
Winner - Tiny Utopia Jam
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This is one of the entries in the Tiny Utopia jam. Johanna has picked perhaps the most 'utopian' of all the utopias, as this game provides a direct and detailed vision of a better society.
The writing is fervent, and it is easy to feel the authors conviction and the heart put into the game.
Stylistically, the game has an interesting division of links into different types that works well. While I usually don't include cover art in reviews, I feel that the cover art really suggests a certain interpretation of the game that is hard to put into words.
I did feel a certain lack of options in the game, both of reflective options and of more meaningful choices. This is not always necessary in a Twine game, but I felt like the subject and tone of the game could do with more interaction with the games or your emotional responses. Like usual, this is just my opinion.
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