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Eon of the Green

by Miky Kray

Science Fiction

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(based on 3 ratings)
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In this text based RPG you play as an agent exploring Earth's far future. Receive weird visuals from lifeforms on the brink of extinction. Can you decipher their meaning? Eon of the Green is a game about the psychological stresses of mental time travel.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
Not the most accessible fiction., March 18, 2023

Eon of the Green shows you a bunch of trippy visuals and then asks you to interpret them through a sequence of dialogue options.

There aren't many in-game resources that explain what's happening if you don't read the background material on the game's steam page or the publisher's website, you may not understand what you're supposed to be doing.

Even when you DO know that the main character is supposed to be sending their consciousness 1 billion years into the future, you have to work with dense scientific jargon that might be easier to understand with an internet search window open.

The designer put some thought into creating a futuristic environment of suspicion and paranoia with music, visuals, and the user interface. However, the text frequently felt like it was trying too hard.

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0 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Interestingly Meh, March 19, 2023

The visuals are largely there for the ADHD crowd. For me, they do not enhance the experience.

The choices have consequences, but the consequences are not clear. You make decisions, but you have no idea what those decisions will do.

Effectively, this is a random story generator and the reader's job is to provide the random seed.

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