Unit 322 (Disambiguation)

by Jonny Muir

2017

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- Austin Auclair, June 11, 2021

- wisprabbit (Sheffield, UK), June 10, 2021

- TheBoxThinker, January 16, 2021

- Spike, November 23, 2018

- fooberticus, August 19, 2018

- Helena Vernon, August 19, 2018

Great idea, well-executed, August 19, 2018

The reveal was a little too gory for me, but otherwise I thought the mystery worked well. I especially appreciate that my diligence in remembering certain details and going back to past pages to update and review my understanding was rewarded by the contents of the discussion pages, which served as helpful summaries that reinforced my understanding while furthering the plot. The pages themselves were written in a highly concise way, saying what was necessary without inundating the reader with supplementary information, and thereby promoting multiple re-readings to really capture the gist of the message. Such a feature contributed greatly to replayability, which was also facilitated by the very nature of the game as a set of wikipedia pages for the player to explore at his/her own pace. Given the complexity of the plot, and how well it was implemented, it's a shame that there were a few noticeable typos and inconsistencies throughout the game. Nonetheless, these errors didn't pose too much of an obstruction to gameplay, which was otherwise smooth and satisfying.


- G_G, April 16, 2018

- hecuba, March 15, 2018

- Ophelia, February 28, 2018

- The Xenographer, January 7, 2018

- necromancer, November 18, 2017

- Xavid, November 17, 2017

- Edward Lacey (Oxford, England), November 17, 2017

- tekket (Česká Lípa, Czech Republic), November 17, 2017

- Karl Ove Hufthammer (Bergen, Norway), November 17, 2017

- Mr. Patient (Saint Paul, Minn.), November 17, 2017

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
A blend of creepy pasta, wikipedia, and detective work, November 16, 2017
by MathBrush
Related reviews: 15-30 minutes

This well-done game presents a murder mystery/creepypasta through a series of faux Wikipedia pages.

By clicking on link after link, you slowly come to realize the scope and depth of a deep plot. Unlike a normal murder mystery, this one has creepy pasta vibes, similar to SCP or the Russian Sleep Experiment, except more grounded in reality.

I found it interesting and compelling, although I felt it was a bit pulpy, and occasionally became tedious finding the links. It's the kind of game I wish I would have thought of.


- sushabye, November 7, 2017

- Sobol (Russia), November 3, 2017

- lobespear, October 31, 2017

- E.K., October 25, 2017


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