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Museo de curiosidades es un alegato al terror que puede venir de diferentes maneras. Basado en pequeños relatos cortos de misterio apto para los más pequeños, se centra en la figura de Ana con una línea narrativa principal que da paso al resto y donde se generan múltiples conflictos llevados por diferentes narradores y diferentes tipos de acción conjugando la herramienta Twine con Texture Writer para provocar el cambio de mirada.
7th Place, Le Grand Guignol - Spanish - ECTOCOMP 2021
This game is really creative. Similar to the latest Castle Balderstone game, it uses Twine to create a 'hub' that you can play other, embedded games from.
In this case, there is a large page where a woman is remembering many things. Each thing you click on leads to an embedded Texture page that you can play through, employing your imagination. For instance, you can be a shadow trying to grow to scare some kids, or an apprentice witch, etc.
The game's ending has an overall positive and bittersweet message. The stories are cute, with animals and a lot of herbs and plants.
Having every option available at once was a little overwhelming, and the texture pages loaded up a bit awkwardly (after one click they looked good). The embedded gifs were a nice touch.
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