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About the Story
When you lose hope, will you see a white deer?
Entrant, Main Festival - Spring Thing 2020
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This is a long Twine game entered into Spring Thing. It has a long storyline about a boy who's orphaned and ends up taking care of a younger child while older friends take care of him. He gets involved in a fairy story in a way. The game has long linear stretches with some 'dynamic text choices' and a few binary choices that do seem to affect the storyline.
I grade on a 5 star scale:
-Polish: This game is not polished. There are many typos and other grammatical errors, due most likely to the author being a non-native speaker.
-Descriptiveness: This game is very descriptive, with characters having distinct personalities and voices.
-Emotional impact: I got into the story, so I'm giving a star here as well.
-Interactivity: It was hard to know how much I affected the game, but I affected it somewhat and didn't feel locked out.
-Would I play again? Probably not.
So I would give this 2.5, rounded up to 3.
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