Muse: An Autumn Romance

by Christopher Huang

Religious/Romance/Historical
1998

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- Steve Blanding (Redmond, WA), June 27, 2008

- Emily Boegheim, May 20, 2008

- Dave Chapeskie (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada), April 23, 2008

- Wendymoon, January 13, 2008

2 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
Still stuck on this one. I think., November 10, 2007
by Kake (London, England)
Related reviews: Christopher Huang, ***, didn't finish

I've had a few goes at this game now, and although I've managed to reach a couple of unsatisfactory endings, I've not yet been able to complete the storyline I'm aiming at. It's not as though I'm obviously in a failure situation, either; I'm just stuck at a point where nothing I do seems to progress the story. So I can't really write a proper review. Also, I occasionally found myself guessing at the correct syntax, something that shouldn't really be necessary in a well-tested game.

I do want to say that I like the way you can ask characters about other characters (and indeed themselves), and I like the way the story's told in the past tense.


- Stephen Bond (Leuven, Belgium), October 26, 2007

- Michael R. Bacon (New Mexico), October 21, 2007

- Emily Short, October 19, 2007

Baf's Guide


The year is 1886. The protagonist, an aging clergyman, unexpectedly falls in love at first sight with a younger woman while abroad. A brief human drama ensues, sprinkled with Lewis Carroll quotations. Superb prose that evokes the literary style of the period, written in the first person past tense - a controversial choice, but I thought it worked. The ideal ending is poignant and refreshing, and even the less-than-ideal endings provide a sense of closure. Features puzzles based on human behavior, timed events that flow on without you, and a hint menu.

-- Carl Muckenhoupt

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