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60th Place - 23rd Annual Interactive Fiction Competition (2017)
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“Partial” may be in its title, but its length is pretty much unknowable. Links nest in links, and upon replaying, one is likely to find something completely new, suggesting a cobwebby tangle of links from idea to idea.
A short, easily overlooked interactive, more meditative practice than game.
This is a twine game where every letter is hyperlinked to other passages. Each passage is a single sentence fragment describing a thing.
It's short, and charming. I enjoyed it; it doesn't have much substance to it, but it doesn't need to. It didn't provoke any strong emotions in me.
The individual letter idea was clever, and elevates my opinion of the game.
very useful game, February 28, 2018
A good game (or maybe more of a toy) for when you're having an anxiety attack and you can't do anything. I feel like that's an under-recognized purpose in reviewing, which is why I'm posting this here
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