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About the Story
The year is 2020. All of the nation's cable companies have merged into a single conglomerate. Your monthly cable bill has soared while the quality of service has deteriorated. You've concluded that your only option and your only act of political rebellion is to cancel your cable service. Will you succeed or will you die trying?
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I'll try not to give to much away as figuring out the secrets are really fun, but this game was really well made. I will say there was at one point I got frustrated, but quickly figured it out and moved through the game. Once I got to the victory screne I felt so much accomplishment. There was one point where I had misclicked out of the game and had to start over, but I hopped back on and started over. It's the design is pretty simple, but that's just what adds to this atmosphere of "What do I do next". Anyways, I really enjoyed the game and hope others will too.
You'd think this game would irritate the crap outta you because it's so on point but it was really funny and there's so many different paths you can take leading you to a different result. It's very well written. Kudos to the game developer!
|Kitty and the Sea, by Felix Pleşoianu|
Average member rating: (1 rating)
Take two old areas from a text-based virtual world. Stitch them together with new content; flesh out and brush up the old. Add a handful of minimal, abstract illustrations for good measure. ...
|Open Up!, by Brendan Patrick Hennessy|
Average member rating: (21 ratings)
Trin Park's only job while her parents are out of town is to make sure her little sister stays out of trouble. Should be easy enough. The kid usually keeps to herself anyway... (A post-Birdland microgame)
|The Hive Abroad, by Laura Michet|
Average member rating: (5 ratings)
Sam lived among aliens for five years. Coming back home has been harder than he thought. The Hive Abroad is an experimental, nonlinear sci-fi short story about friendship, community, and changing yourself.