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Entrant, Back Garden - Spring Thing 2017
Rock Paper Shotgun
What makes this piece is the quality of the very short, poetic passages that result from going left or right. Though tiny, they are intensely evocative, suggesting entire worlds in a few lines. I found myself playing through this piece for much longer than I would have anticipated.
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This was a fun little game. You choose left or right over and over again. Each branch takes you to a microstory about fate; some of which I really enjoyed.
If you play long enough, stuff changes slightly. Overall, though, this was a fun microgame, and worth checking out.
Groover have fun with trope of blind choosing in a fork, demonstrating that even little interaction has value thank to surprising outcomes.
I would like that even the title would be an actual fork. To make re-runs more quick.
1981, by Anonymous
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(author is Adam Cadre, but game is unsigned)
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It would be nice to know what you're looking for.
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