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An illegal solution to overwhelming debts leads to danger, deception, revenge and murder.
Entrant, Back Garden - Spring Thing 2018
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This is a very large game/story, comprising 3 Twine stories, 1 inklewriter story, 1 Instagram album, and three wordpress blog entries.
Reading quickly, even skimming from time to time, it took around 3 hours to finish.
The story is compelling: an unemployed woman gets a business opportunity from her brother that's too good to be true.
It's gritty and dark. It's full of profanity, which I filtered on my computer. It's also completely believable.
I'm giving it 4 stars because the fifth star is for "would I play it again?" and while it was very compelling, I felt mildly traumatized by the time I was done.
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