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About the Story
You are awake and alone. Unable to move. Unable to fight against the thing slowly rising from within you. Is there any part of you that can resist? Any part that you can still move? (Based on a true event in my life when I was fourteen)
Entrant, La Petite Mort - EctoComp 2018
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First, a note about my ratings. This game is very short and is necessarily unpolished (as a game written in just 4 hours). So I took off one star for that.
But I found it had emotional effectiveness, I would play it again, the interactivity worked for me, and the writing was descriptive.
You are having a terrible nightmare and feel paralzyed. There is only a small amount of time to help yourself.
It took me a couple of play-throughs to get through it, but I was impressed at the level of craftmanship in an Ectocomp game. Well done.
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