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A hypertext fiction based on the They Might Be Giants song of the same name.
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This game is part of the They Might Be Giants Nanobots tribute album. This 'album' consists of Twine games inspired by the songs and their lyrics, and is a sequel to the Apollo 18 Tribute Album of parser games in 2012.
The game consists of one passage, almost all of whose words are links. Clicking on each link transforms the game.
I thought it was random at first, but on subsequent playthroughs, I realized there was a specific pattern involved. I liked it.
I only took off one star because I didn't engage with the game on an emotional level. Otherwise, the game is polished, descriptive, with good interactivity and a nice overall experience.
|El Virulé, by paravaariar|
Average member rating: (2 ratings)
El Virulé. Soy cantaor. Yo cantó para expulsar mis demonios. Suben desde lo profundo. Porque los demonios no se ven. Pero se pueden oir. Texto, gráficos, y programación realizados por @paravaariar, todos los derechos reservados. Sonidos...
|Waiting for the Day Train, by Dee Cooke|
Average member rating: (11 ratings)
It's been a long journey through the night. The last one, you hope. Today is the last chance you have to catch the day train - a train that will take you to a world of eternal daylight, where you will never have to run from the...
|Noirbilis, by Geostatonary|
Average member rating: (3 ratings)
A twine Nobilis/noir pastiche mashup for all audiences starring Spades Archer, ace dick and Noble-for-hire. Nobilis and associated characters are the property of jennamoran
nanobots by Xavid
a twine album by the Society of Narrativist Progenitors with apologies to They Might Be Giants and the People's Republic of Interactive Fiction (Twine games based on the track of the same name from the They Might Be Giants album...