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Dead Synchronicity: The Longest Night

by Mario Oliván, Alberto Oliván, and Martín Martínez

Part of Dead Synchronicity
Science Fiction

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A short parser based text adventure with some graphical elements. Released as a free prequel to the commercial graphical adventure game Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today.

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Dead Synchronicity: The Longest Night is, in a nutshell, a very satisfying experience for fans of interactive fiction. Even if it is on the short side. I’d have loved it to be a tad bit longer, but I loved the imagery and what Michael had to go through before finding out that he no longer remembers anything. I highly recommend trying this one out, especially if you enjoyed Tomorrow Comes Today. It still leaves plenty of questions left unanswered, but I like it that way. Plus, it’s free. You can’t argue with the price.
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