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Exes find each other at the end of the world.
Entrant, Main Festival - Spring Thing 2020
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A concise, effective story with a couple of twists and interesting narrative mechanics akin to Common Ground.
It wouldn't work as static fiction. The player has to make choices without having full information and not knowing what to expect next - this experience is important in presenting the character of Nora Curtis. The plot structure doesn't just serve to tell a punchy zombie apocalypse tale; States of Awareness is also about personal relationships, and our current pandemic, and other things.
On my first playthrough, I got the most positive ending - but didn't realize it was the best for the characters until I replayed the game.
This short Twine game has you play as a young character surviving alone after some time of zombie-style apocalypse. You have to make some critical decisions regarding an old acquaintance.
I thought at first that this was just a heavy-handed riff on the coronavirus, but then it took a turn which pleasantly surprised me and which I'd like to see more of in Twine. Thoroughly enjoyable.
The author's conent warnings include profanity and a non-consensual kiss.
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