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A family-written Undum story about a kid who changes overnight, February 3, 2016
Switcheroo is part of a family-friendly series of stories about a witch who runs a foster home. All parts of the story involve a certain writing style, where the narrator is a magic book that coughs up 'pageballs' from time to time.
In this tale, the focus is on Derik, who goes to sleep as a boy in a wheelchair and wakes up as a girl.
Later, some good things start happening in their life due to the switch. And they have to decide whether to keep their new body and identity, or go back to their old.
This game has affected a lot of different people in different ways. There is an obvious interest from the transgender community to see how this story is represented, and those who have experience adoption have responded to it as well. My family includes some who are permanently disable and use wheelchairs, so it was very interesting for me to think about this game.
Overall, I had fun playing through the first time, but I didn't look forward to replaying this game for the review. I would recommend this game to those looking for a family-friendly game or for a game that examines social issues in detail.